If the great 'small hands' debate of 2017 is anything to go by, Donald Trump sure does have a bit of an obsession with size.
So the former US President probably isn't too impressed with his current aircraft, a Cessna Citation X, which is less than a quarter of the size of his previous wings the mighty Air Force One.
There's no ceremonial wave from the doorway when he boards fights these days - and just as well, as Trump might have to crouch to even fit through the door.
To a regular traveller, a seat onboard a Cessna Citation X would be seen as an upgrade; but this is Donald Trump, a man used to flying on a huge airliner with his name emblazoned on its sides.
It's not known why Trump hasn't been using his much larger Boeing 757 jetliner recently, which has remained on the ground.
Trump's Cessna aircraft doesn't have the greatest history, either. In 2016, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) ordered Trump to ground the plane as it was not registered.
The aircraft was used regularly for two months without being registered, according to the New York Times.