The registration on one of Donald Trump’s jets expired in January but the GOP frontrunner still uses the plane to travel across the country for campaign stops, according to a report.
The registration for the plane in question, a 1997 Cessna 750 Citation X, expired in January, according to the New York Times. The paper reports that a spokeswoman for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) confirmed that the plane’s registration was not in good standing and had not been renewed. The FAA warned Trump that the registration would soon expire in December, according to the Times.
Trump also travels across the country in a much larger Boeing 757 and has a variety of registered aircrafts and helicopters, but the eight-passenger Cessna has allowed him to land in smaller airports.
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