How do you remove the smell of an election from an airplane?
One good thing for the owner of the aircraft is that Romney and his family were quite accustomed to traveling by private plane and behaved much better than a rock band. But will a future campaign want to take a gamble on an unlucky bird?
Excerpt from Businessweek
After Election Day, the work of tearing down a presidential campaign begins. Field offices are dismantled. Bunting and balloons are junked. And a small company in Michigan gets back its airplane.
Since the end of the Republican National Convention, Mitt Romney has toured the country in a personalized McDonnell Douglas 83, where the tail fin sports his logo and the headrest on his seat is embroidered with “The Gov.” The plane is owned by USA Jet Airlines, a subsidiary of privately held Active Aero Group, with headquarters in Belleville, Mich. Before another client can fly tail number N949NS, it must first be de-Romneyized.