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White House Air Force One

White House Air Force One

Picture shows White House Air Force One flying over Mount Rushmore.

No matter where in the world the President travels, if he flies in an Air Force jet, the plane is called Air Force One. Technically, Air Force One is the call sign of any Air Force aircraft carrying the President.

In practice, Air Force One refers to one of two highly customized Boeing
747-200B series planes.

Inside Air Force One passengers enjoy 4,000 square feet of floor space on three levels, including an extensive suite for the President that features a large office, lavatory, and conference room.