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As Donald Trump’s campaign for the White House kicks into high gear, it’s safe to say the controversial billionaire isn’t hitching a ride with an Uber driver.
But he wasn’t the first to own the plane…
Instead he’ll be jetting across America on his private, $100 million Boeing 757-200 airliner that comes complete with things like gold-plated seat belts, because safety first, my friends.
“Trump Force One,” or “T-bird” as Trump calls it, first flew in May 1991. It was delivered to Sterling Airlines, a now defunct Danish low-cost carrier. A couple of years later, it found its way into the fleet of Mexico’s TAESA, also a now defunct airline.