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December 22, 2010

Donald Trump Ditches Private Jet in Favor of JetBlue to Florida

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Donald Trump owns a luxurious private 727 (VP-BDJ), he just bought a pimped-out 757, and he has been known to rent other jets when his own aircraft are in the shop.

(Photo by Matt Celmer)

That’s why fellow passengers were shocked to see the billionaire real estate mogul/TV personality saunter aboard Monday’s JetBlue Flight 39 from JFK Airport in New York to West Palm Beach, according to a New York Daily News report.

A Trump spokesman told the News that flying commercial made sense because Donald’s 727 was already in Palm Beach.

Trump’s vintage Boeing 727 has been up for sale for over a year now, apparently without success. About a week ago, word began spreading around the internet, based on witness reports and FAA records, that Trump had purchased one of Microsoft billionaire Paul Allen’s private 757s (N757AF).



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