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Air Force One lands

October 18, 2005

The Boeing 707 used by seven chief executives and mostly by former President Reagan opens for public viewing next Monday at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum near Simi Valley. The display, the culmination of four years of planning, will be the main attraction in the library's new 87,000-square-foot Air Force One Pavilion. President Bush and First Lady Laura Bush, along with about 600 others, are to attend a private ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday, the library said Monday.

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*--* President Missions Miles Richard M. Nixon 30 104,925 Gerald R. Ford 55 177,452 Jimmy Carter 86 284,009 Ronald Reagan 211 631,640 George H.W. Bush 57 110,823 William J. Clinton 5 5,247 George W. Bush 1 334

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Sources: The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation, Boeing Co. Graphics reporting by Tom Reinken

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