It will cost more than $1 billion to get the American president’s family through the inauguration, according to an official estimate.
That’s the price of two Boeing 747 jets that are scheduled to take Trump from New York City to Washington, DC.
The plane would cost $1.9 billion, according the official.
That would include $933 million for fuel and $1 million for insurance.
The cost of the ceremony itself is $3.9 million, according Air Force One.
Trump, who will be sworn in on Friday, is the fifth president to be inaugurated on Air Force Two, a Lockheed Martin C-130 Hercules jet, according on Air France website.
The president-elect has said he is going to take a plane, not a helicopter.
He will be accompanied by his wife Melania and their children, Barron and Ivanka.
The plane is not expected to carry the family to Washington.
The official price is based on the cost of an average ticket for the presidential inauguration and includes everything from hotel accommodations, to meals and other services.
While Air ForceOne has a price tag of $12 million, it’s not clear what that number would be compared to the cost for a typical presidential event.
Air Force one, like other military jets, has a maximum gross weight of 3,400 pounds.
The government estimates that a typical Air Force plane can carry between 1,000 and 2,000 people, though Air Force 2, the president’s private jet, can carry more than 6,000.