Obama’s Final Vacation Destination On Presidential Plane Revealed

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TMZ blew the lid off of the “undisclosed location” that Obama had listed on his schedule after Trump’s inauguration Friday.

Obama reportedly plans to make a quick escape immediately after the inauguration to fly his family to Palm Springs, California for a vacation before returning to their new home and life in Washington D.C.

The trip Friday will be the Obamas’ final vacation flight aboard presidential aircraft, but the names of the aircraft will be changed for the trip since he will no longer be president.

According to the report, the presidential family will leave the Capitol after the inauguration via chopper, although no longer called the Marine One, and head straight to Andrews Air Force Base. Before they leave the helicopter pad, Obama plans to give a farewell speech to staffers who will be gathered to see them off.

Sources told TMZ that the Obamas are scheduled to leave at 2:45 PM aboard the Special Air Mission 29,000, (otherwise known as Air Force One), where they will be flown to sunny Palm Springs.

It will be a one-way flight, as the presidential plane will not be available to them for their return back to Washington, D.C.

H/T: TMZ, Daily Caller

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