Donald Trump is selling his other private jet now Trump Force One is back in the air
- A Cessna Citation X jet owned and used by Donald Trump is up for sale.
- The nine-seat plane is 26 years old and has done more than 11,600 hours in the air.
A private jet once used by Donald Trump is up for sale.
The Cessna Citation X was built in 1997 and is registered to the Trump Organization.
Trump, who often has his name emblazoned on his planes, kept it uncharacteristically subtle with the Citation. He only added his crest on the exterior, although its tail number N725DT bears his initials.
Jet Edge Partners, an aircraft broker based in Columbus, Ohio, is running the sale of the aircraft, which is sometimes called the "rocket in the sky" because of its speed.
The Boeing 757 that the former president calls "Trump Force One" returned to the skies last year after getting a makeover. It can seat 43 people and boasts a lavish interior, while the Cessna is far more modest and can only seat nine.
Kevin White, Jet Edge Partners' president, referred Insider to the Trump Organization when contacted for comment about the sale. The Trump Organization didn't respond to requests for comment from Insider.
White said he welcomed all written offers but didn't say whether there was a reserve price.
But according to AVBuyer, a 1996 Citation X costs more than $4 million, while a 2012 model would be $8.75 million.
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