Originally operated by American Airlines, this 1968-vintage Boeing 727-100-series jet was bought by D.J. Aerospace, one of Donald Trump's companies, for use as the real estate tycoon's personal jet. Reconfigured to hold 23 in luxurious comfort, with soft pale-leather armchairs, gold-plated seatbelt buckles, oil paintings, Waterford-crystal lamps, the 727 flies with a flight attendant to make sure those onboard receive top-class service. The tail number VP-BDJ shows the aircraft is registered in Bermuda, and the "DJ" in the registration stands for "Donald John," Trump's first names. The "Trump" logo on the side is 30 feet long and four feet high and is made of 23-carat gold leaf.