Air Force One to Receive New ‘Red, White and Blue’ Livery
・President Trump announced changes to Air Force One’s iconic livery
・The current livery dates back to the Kenndy era in the early 1960s
・President Trump reportedly wants a ‘more American’ red, white, and blue look
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President Trump confirmed cosmetic changes to the new Air Force One in an interview with CBS. The United States Air Force and Boeing completed negotiations for two modified 747-8 ‘Jumbojets’, replacing the 30-year modified 747-200s operating today.
Air Force One Archives
Current Air Force One – VC-25A – introduced in 1990. The “Flying Oval Office” has carried Presidents George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama.
Introduced in 1962, the Boeing 707 VC-137C carried Presidents John F. Kenndy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, and George H.W. Bush.
Boeing 707 Air Force One in the previous livery: