- The Washington Times - Friday, May 10, 2013

A former Air Force One has gone on the market.

“Presidential history for sale. Former Air Force One/Two DC-9 up for auction,” the Twitter account for the U.S. General Services Administration put out Thursday.

Bidding for the plane starts at $50,000, The Daily Caller reported. The auction officially kicks off May 15.

Air Force One is what air-traffic control refers to the craft that carries the president. Air Force Two refers to the vice president.

The plane is currently located in Phoenix, The Daily Caller reported.



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