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Friday, 5 October 2012

Friday, October 5, 2012
Seems like nobody can get enough of President Obama and former Governor Romney taking to the skies as, everywhere you turn, there's a picture of one --or both -- of them boarding or deplaning.

There are the photos of the presidential candidates, of course, but also photos with their wives on planes, with family on planes, talking to reporters on planes, stowing luggage on a plane, handing out cake and beef jerky on a plane. (Ok, that last one is a Romney-only photo op.)

For the full effect, check out 52 "on a plane" photos of the presidential hopefuls.

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