Have a closer look at Donald Trump’s Boeing 757-200 jet. AviationCV.com presents Top 10 Facts about Donald Trump’s private jet
1. Donald Trump’s private Boeing 757 is the 8th of most expensive planes in the world. Its price seeks about $100 million. It may sound like a lot of money, but aviation firm C.E.O. Greg Raiff indicates otherwise. The Times quotes him for a bit of context: “Buying a 25-year-old 757 is like buying a bag of Cheetos. It’s a lot of food for a low price,” he said.
2. Boeing 757 has one of the best offers to pilots – glass cockpit. A glass cockpit is often thought as an aircraft cockpit equipped with large computerised screens which display flight information. It includes feedback loops and ability for self – checking to alert the pilot about problems before they become emergencies. Glass cockpits will become standard for aircraft in the future.
3. Donald Trump’s Boeing is one of the fastest airplanes in the world. It can achieve more than 500 miles per hour speed. The Boeing 757 is powered by a pair of Rolls-Royce RB211 turbofan engines to fly for 16 hours and can go more than 500 miles per hour.
4. Unlike the usual capacity of 180 to 200 people, Donald’s plane is refurbished to fly 43 people only.
5. Donald Trump’s private jet has a lot of features. It includes bedroom, dining room and private guest room. Also there is a bath with 24 – karat gold fixtures! It is important to mention that this Boeing 757 has entertainment system inside – installed video room with cinema system. So, all of the passengers can enjoy a comfortable flight.
6. Flight with this private jet is not cheap. Unfortunately, one hour flight costs about $10,800, including fuel. Trump can let himself spend $506,000 on private travels in the second quarter because of his large self – sponsored campaign.
7. Donad Trump’s private jet gives him an opportunity to travel nicely, quickly and on time. The picture shows all of the president election campaign – related flights Trump had from April 8 to August 29.
8. The 757 is much older than most personal Boeings still in use today, having been built in 1991 and used throughout the ’90s by a commercial airline in Mexico. Mr. Trump said he liked older planes because they had been “tested” and had “been around.”