Who needs Air Force One when you already own a Boeing 757?

By Caroline Hallemann
August 07, 2015
Courtesy of Time Labs

Donald Trump could be called something of a frequent flier. Over the past five years, the presidential hopeful has traveled 504,316 miles by plane, over the course of 538 trips. That's the rough equivalent of 20 times around the world. So, where all is he going?

According to data Time Magazine acquired from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) by a Freedom of Information request, Trump's most frequent destination outside of New York City is West Palm Beach, the closest airport to his Mar-a-Lago Club resort. Other popular stops include Washington, D.C. and Oxford, Connecticut.

The business magnate has also made three trips to Iowa in 2015, with the most recent being to announce his presidential campaign.

For an interactive infographic exploring the full FAA data, head over to Time Magazine's data visualization site, Time Labs.

Caroline Hallemann is the associate digital editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter at @challemann.

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