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29000, Air Force One, VC-25A, Presidential Boeing 747-200, 747-200 series
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29000, Air Force One, VC-25A, Presidential Boeing 747-200, 747-200 series
Air Force One is the air traffic control call sign of any United States Air Force aircraft carrying the President of the United States. Since 1990, the presidential fleet is comprised of highly customized Boeing 747-200 series aircraft. They bear the tail codes Special Air Mission (SAM) "28000" and SAM "29000" "VC-25A". While these aircraft are referred to as "Air Force One" only while the president is on board, the term is commonly used to describe either of the two aircraft normally used and maintained by the U.S. Air Force solely for the president, as well as any additional Air Force aircraft used by the president
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