During his time in office, Mr Trump would often travel in a presidential Air Force One plane. Last month, reports even claimed that Mr Trump took a model of the redesigned plane from the White House to his Mar-a-Lago club in Florida.
Doug Gollan, private jet expert, wrote for Forbes Magazine: “Donald Trump was recently spotted boarding a mere run-of-the-mill everyman type private jet.
“The former commander-in-chief’s ride would still be out of reach for most of us, yet, it’s the type of aircraft where you need to bend your neck if you stand-up.
“You might even feel your hair brushing up against the cabin ceiling.”
Mr Trump was spotted entering what appeared to be a Cessna Citation X plane which Mr Gollan called “a super-midsize business jet”.
He claimed “it’s just a regular private jet” and “more likely to see action on the charter market than as a billionaire’s chariot”.
Mr Gollan added how the tail number on the former President’s jet suggests it’s a 1997 version registered to the Trump Organisation.
Social media users took to Twitter in reaction to Mr Trump’s downgraded private jet.
One Twitter user commented: “Oh, how the mighty have fallen…he obviously can’t afford to get his own jet out of mothball storage.”
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Mr Trump involved himself in the paint job and scrapped design elements that dated back to the Kennedy administration.
At the start of President Joe Biden’s term, the White House was questioned over whether he would ditch the new paint job.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said Mr Biden “has not spent a moment” thinking about the colour scheme for the plane.
Mr Trump’s recent private jet sighting on Tuesday came as the former President left Trump Tower in New York to return to Florida.
It was his first trip back to the Big Apple since the end of his presidency in January.