CHEYENNE – President Donald Trump’s personal Boeing 757 airliner returned to Cheyenne on Thursday, delivering first daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, on their way to Saratoga for Passover celebrations.
The jet will remain at the airport overnight and depart Friday for other business, according to Cheyenne Regional Airport Director Tim Barth. It will return next week to take the couple home.
“We’ll give them the normal service,” Barth said.
”In this case, we’ll refuel and, if they need the interior cleaned or trash removed, we’ll do that. Obviously, with a personality of this magnitude, we have employed extra security measures.”
The couple landed in Cheyenne on “Trump Force One” last year, too, allowing city leaders to take a tour of the private jet – a symbol of Trump’s 2016 campaign now used by members of his extended family.