No details on timings, or even if it will happen. We've been told to prepare. It should happen the same day as BA's JFK flight, but probably much later in the day. So extra pressure on us. Three modified aircraft, a standby required for both flights.
But BA will welcome the money, plus of course the PR.
Give Blair a break, he's done loads of flying recently, why not cut his journey times when possible? He's had a very hectic schedule recently, so a real time saving will actually be welcome, and no jet-lag!.
Likely he will go to Andrews AFB, as he did in 1998.
We do refer to these flights as 'Blair Force One'.
Anyway, events in the world could yet change things.
The news was broken by the BBC website, and they still cannot properly describe what happened to the AF aircraft on the 25th July 2000.
So we'll see....