What Happened To Donald Trump’s $365 Million Airline? • Discoverology

What Happened To Donald Trump’s $365 Million Airline?

For a short time in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, Donald Trump owned an airline. In 1989, Trump raised $365 million to purchase the Eastern Shuttle. Within 18 months, the airline lost over $125 million, and by 1992, Trump decided it was time to walk away.

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