Hillary Clinton’s campaign plane has rejoined the working world.
When the University of Dayton’s men’s basketball team travels more than a few hours to get to a game, they typically charter a plane. On Monday, however, as they readied to face off against the University of Alabama, their airborne rental was a little fancier than they anticipated.
Now that Hillary’s presidential bid is over, the 737 branded with the “Stronger Together” campaign logo has gone back into the pool of workhorse vehicles—and it was used to carry the college team down to the Gulf Coast.
— Larry Hansgen (@larryhansgen) November 14, 2016
The Flyers said that, while they occasionally end up on professional sports teams’ planes or even the occasional private jet, this is the first time they’ve ever ended up on a plane from a presidential campaign.
The Dayton Flyers ended up beating the Crimson Tide 77-72, which means the plane, at least, was finally able to shuttle some winners.