Or is it the "Stronger Together Express?"
The Hillary Clinton campaign celebrated the inaugural flight of "Hill Force One," the nickname for Hillary's new campaign plane.
The Clinton campaign unveiled a new Boeing 737 plane on Labor Day with Clinton's slogan "Stronger Together" plastered across the side and her "H" logo painted on the tail.
The former U.S. secretary of state was scheduled to fly on Monday with her press corps to campaign events in Ohio and Illinois, the Associated Press reported.
Until now, Clinton mainly traveled by private jet, breaking with the common presidential campaign practice of flying in the same aircraft as her traveling press corps.
Republican nominee Donald Trump has similarly kept reporters, photographers and videographers from joining him aboard Trump Force One.
The Trump campaign has not hinted that there will be any change in his travel policies.
Hillary Clinton greets reporters on inaugural flight of her new plane... pic.twitter.com/ghKMWNK5Cj— Amy Chozick (@amychozick) September 5, 2016
"Hey, guys!" Hillary Clinton comes back to welcome the press on to the plane pic.twitter.com/7XWssS0yAS— Liz Kreutz (@ABCLiz) September 5, 2016
Clinton's plane is broken up into 3 cabins: One for Clinton, one for Secret Service, one (with 40+ seats) for press. pic.twitter.com/suIL8WzR83— Liz Kreutz (@ABCLiz) September 5, 2016