Trump plane not registered to fly
Your plane has to be registered with the FAA if you plan to take it in the air.
As the New York Times first reported on Tuesday, the registration for the fixed-wing, multi-engine Cessna jet expired on Jan. 31 and has not been renewed. A FAA spokesperson also confirmed to BuzzFeed News that the plane’s registration had expired.
But the plane has taken dozens of flights since then, according to records reviewed by the newspaper.
The 12-seat plane, which features the Trump family crest on its side, is registered to one of Trump’s Delaware based corporations.
Under federal aviation regulations, flying with no registration can lead to a civil fine of up to $27,500, as well as criminal penalties, including fines of up to $250,000 and/or three years in prison.