The world's most famous plane has an undeniably high operational price tag.

America's "flying Oval Office" costs taxpayers $206,337 every hour it is in flight, according to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) letter obtained by the nonprofit Judicial Watch. 

And according to documents obtained by Judicial Watch, the "most expensive-to-operate Air Force One to date," flew President Obama from Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland to Miami and back (a total of 4.2 hours) on Wednesday, April 22, for $866,615.40.

While in Florida for four and a half hours, Obama toured the Everglades National Park, gave a speech about global warming, reboarded his plane, and arrived at the White House a little after 8 o'clock that evening, according to the president's schedule.

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