Who was the First President to Fly An Airplane?

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Technically Theodore Roosevelt was the first to fly in an airplane, on October 11, 1910, but he wasn't in office at the time. Franklin Roosevelt was the first president in office to fly in an airplane.
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It is said that Franklin D. Roosevelt was the first president to fly on an Airplane. He was also the first president to own a car, be submerged in a submarine, to have a telephone in his home and to travel outside the US while still in office.
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