Aviation records filed on Thursday indicate that President Donald Trump expects to have an extended 16-day holiday at his Mar-a-Lago resort.
According to The Palm Beach Post, the Federal Aviation Administration issued an alert on Thursday morning to notify pilots that the airspace over Mar-a-Lago would be closed between Dec. 21 and Jan. 6.
It was not immediately clear from the alert as to when Air Force One would be arriving or departing.
The Post noted that Trump’s planned visit appeared to be longer than last year’s retreat, which was planned for 12 days.
The paper also speculated that Trump could appoint a new chief of staff during the holiday.