This weekend’s visit by President Donald Trump, the first to Palm Beach since he was sworn in, by no means marks the first time Air Force One has been parked at Palm Beach International Airport.
And as always, interested sightseers will want to take a look at America’s most recognized flying machine.
Not to worry. You can’t miss it, says Bruce Pelly, Palm Beach County’s director of airports.
“It’s a 747,” Pelly said Wednesday. “You can pretty well see it from almost anywhere at the airport.”
Pelly said it will be the Secret Service that decides exactly where the plane sits during Trump’s stay, but most likely it will be near the U.S. Customs office, a small building along Southern Boulevard on PBIA’s south side.
Which, Pelly noted, is about where private citizen Trump used to park his no-less-recognized private plane. The one that says “Trump.”