Air Force One – arguably the world’s most famous plane – is as tall as a six-story building, has over 4,000 square feet of floor space, hosts 100 people.  Despite all this, it only costs American tax payers $206,337 every hour it’s in flight.  Its air conditioner was recently upgraded for a cool $24 million.

Trolling aside, Air Force One is a site to behold.

Technically, Air Force One is used to describe any Air Force aircraft carrying the President — but since the middle of the 20th century, it has been standard practice to refer to specific planes that are equipped to transport the Commander-in-Chief. Today, this name refers to one of two highly customized Boeing 747-200B series aircraft.

Here’s a few features that make Air Force One so special.

The size of Air Force One
It’s huge, almost as big as the president’s hands.
The President's Suite on Air Force One
Ideal for frequent cat naps.
LOL being president is hilarious
Usually, they’re playing on their PS4, but for this photo, they chose to show the news.
Air Force One electronic countermeasures.
Flares are hidden in the wings and can be released to confuse enemy missiles. Each flare is full of confetti, so the missiles don’t know whether to celebrate or destroy the plane.
* Car sold separately.
The body of the plane can withstand a nuclear blast from the ground. Unfortunately, it cannot withstand the explosion of the sun.
Air Force One "situation room"
Not to be confused with Jersey Shore’s “The Situation”.
Air Force One retractable staircase
Just like a castle, each exit on AF1 has a retractable staircase.
Should it bother us that there’s a kink in the phone line?
Air Force One oval office
The president’s “Oval Office”, where all kinds of shenanigans take place.
It takes about 26 crew members to service Air Force One. 27 if they need a cake cutter.
The windows are armored, just like the Popemobile. The furniture is from IKEA.
4,000 square feet on board, which means it’s a heck of a dance party every Tuesday night after tacos.