Describing Donald Trump's personal 757-200 jet as "impressive" would certainly be an understatement. The luxurious jet (dubbed Trump Force One) is fitted out with gold-plated seatbelt buckles and a 52-inch flatscreen TV, among many other features. Trump bought the aircraft in from Microsoft
co-founder Paul Allen and it is estimated to have cost $100 million. How does it compare to the VC-25A, the aircraft used by the U.S. president?
Operating under the Air Force One callsign when the president is onboard, the VC-25A is larger, seating 70 passengers compared to Trump Force One's 43. It also has a longer range and a whole host of equipment to keep the president and his or her entourage safe at all times. If Trump does end up travelling regularly on Air Force One
, he probably won't mind exchanging his gold seatbelt buckle for the presidential suite on one of the world's most sophisticated airliners. This infographic was recently featured on Forbes.