List of international trips made by the President of the United States

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The President and First Lady's private quarters on Air Force One, 1990

Presidential international travel first occurred during the 20th century. The first six presidents to travel went by ship. President Woodrow Wilson spent almost seven months in Europe in the Aftermath of World War I. The first four presidential trips by airplane were the four World War II conferences: Casablanca, Tehran, Yalta (Franklin D. Roosevelt attended), and Potsdam (Harry S. Truman attended).

President Dwight D. Eisenhower was the first to travel by jet and the first to travel via helicopter. At the end of his term, he went on several "goodwill tours" . President John F. Kennedy had one of the most memorable trips to Europe as his final trip before he was assassinated. His successor, Lyndon B. Johnson preferred travel to Asia. Richard Nixon set a number of firsts, in particular China. Jimmy Carter spent a great deal of time in the Middle East and went on the first state visit to Africa. Ronald Reagan seemed to perfect the state visit, and was known for his summits with Mikhail Gorbachev.

International travel by a sitting President or a President elect has increased dramatically since George H. W. Bush became president in 1989. In 1990 the military version of the Boeing 747, the VC-25, was introduced for the use of the president. The planes have over 4,000 square feet (372 m2) of floor space, a bedroom and a shower, and enough secure communications to allow the plane to be a reasonable place to run the country. The plane is accompanied by a heavy lift aircraft that carries the helicopters and the limousines.

Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton have individually visited 74 different countries over their two terms apiece. Together they went to 94 different countries with a combined population of 85% of the world total. President Obama visited 35 countries during his first term in office.

Presidential visits of over 10,000 miles (16,093 km) are common. Round the world trips were first done by Johnson and Nixon and have been done by presidents Bush and Clinton. Trips to Europe are almost routine.

The trips are color-coded to unite multiple stops on one trip and the majority of stops in one trip. Yellow indicates a trip mostly to Europe, silver is a trip mostly in Asia, orange is a trip mostly to Latin America, and green is a trip mostly to sub-saharan Africa.

Foreign trips of US Presidents; cadet blue is the United States and light blue was formerly USSR nations that have not been visited by a US president.

President Barack Obama[edit]

Table of Trips[5]
T#StartEndCountryCitiesReason
1119-Feb-200919-Feb-2009 CanadaOttawaMet with Governor General Michaëlle Jean and Prime Minister Stephen Harper.[6]
2231-Mar-20093-Apr-2009 United KingdomLondonAttended the G20 Economic Summit. Met with Queen Elizabeth II and Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
33-Apr-20094-Apr-2009 France
 Germany
Strasbourg, Baden-Baden and KehlAttended the 21st NATO Summit.
44-Apr-20095-Apr-2009 Czech RepublicPragueAttended a European Union-United States summit. Delivered public speech on nuclear disarmament.[7] Met with Czech President Václav Klaus.
55-Apr-20097-Apr-2009 TurkeyAnkara and IstanbulMet with President Abdullah Gül and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Delivered a speech to the Turkish Parliament.
67-Apr-20098-Apr-2009 IraqBaghdadMet with President Jalal Talabani and Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. Visited with U.S. troops.[8]
3716-Apr-200917-Apr-2009 MexicoMexico CityMet with President Felipe Calderón.
817-Apr-200918-Apr-2009 Trinidad and TobagoPort of SpainAttended the 5th Summit of the Americas.
493-Jun-20094-Jun-2009 Saudi ArabiaRiyadhMet with King Abdullah.
104-Jun-20094-Jun-2009 EgyptCairo and GizaMet with President Hosni Mubarak. Toured the Giza Pyramids. Delivered a speech directed towards the wider Muslim world at Cairo University.
114-Jun-20095-Jun-2009 GermanyDresden, Buchenwald, and LandstuhlMet with Chancellor Angela Merkel. Visited Buchenwald concentration camp and an U.S. military hospital.
125-Jun-20097-Jun-2009 FranceParis and CaenMet with President Nicolas Sarkozy. Attended 65th anniversary of D-Day celebrations.
5136-Jul-20098-Jul-2009 RussiaMoscowMet with President Dmitry Medvedev and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin. Delivered a commencement speech to the New Economic School.
148-Jul-200910-Jul-2009 ItalyL'Aquila and RomeAttended the 35th G8 summit. Met with President Giorgio Napolitano[9] and Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi
1510-Jul-200910-Jul-2009  Vatican CityVatican CityMet with Pope Benedict XVI.
1610-Jul-200911-Jul-2009 GhanaAccraMet with President John Atta Mills. Delivered a speech to the Ghanaian Parliament. Toured a former departing point of the trans-Atlantic slave trade, the Cape Coast Castle.
6179-Aug-200910-Aug-2009 MexicoGuadalajaraAttended annual North American Leaders' Summit with President Felipe Calderón and Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
71802-Oct-200902-Oct-2009 DenmarkCopenhagenMet with Queen Margrethe II and Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen. Attended the 13th Olympic Congress meeting to lobby for Chicago's bid to host the 2016 Olympics.
81913-Nov-200914-Nov-2009 JapanTokyoMet with Emperor Akihito and Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama.
2014-Nov-200915-Nov-2009 SingaporeSingaporeAttended the APEC 2009 meeting. Met with Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. Met with leaders of ASEAN.
2115-Nov-200918-Nov-2009 ChinaShanghai and BeijingMet with Shanghai Party Secretary Yu Zhengsheng. Held a town hall meeting with Shanghai students. Met with President Hu Jintao, NPC Chairman Wu Bangguo and Premier Wen Jiabao. Visited the Forbidden City and the Great Wall of China.
2218-Nov-200919-Nov-2009 South KoreaSeoul and PyeongtaekMet with President Lee Myung-bak. Visited with U.S. troops at Osan Air Base in Pyeongtaek.
9239-Dec-200911-Dec-2009 NorwayOsloAccepted the Nobel Peace Prize.
102417-Dec-200919-Dec-2009 DenmarkCopenhagenAttended the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2009.
112527-Mar-201028-Mar-2010 AfghanistanBagram and KabulMet with President Hamid Karzai and U.S. troops at Bagram Air Base.
12268-Apr-20108-Apr-2010 Czech RepublicPragueSigned the New START treaty with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev.
132725-Jun-201027-Jun-2010 CanadaToronto and HuntsvilleAttended the 36th G8 summit and the G-20 Toronto summit
14286-Nov-20109-Nov-2010 IndiaMumbai and New DelhiParticipated in the US-India Business Council and Entrepreneurship Summit in Mumbai. Held a town hall meeting with Mumbai students. Met with President Pratibha Patil and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. Delivered a speech to the Indian Parliament. Visited Humayun's Tomb and Raj Ghat.
299-Nov-201010-Nov-2010 IndonesiaJakartaMet with President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. Delivered a speech at the University of Indonesia. Visited Istiqlal Mosque, Jakarta.
3010-Nov-201012-Nov-2010 South KoreaSeoulAttended the G-20 Seoul summit. Met with President Lee Myung-bak. Visited with U.S. troops at Yongsan Garrison.
3112-Nov-201014-Nov-2010 JapanTokyo, Yokohama, KamakuraAttended the APEC 2010 meeting. Met with Prime Minister Naoto Kan. Visited the Kamakura Great Buddha statue.
153219-Nov-201020-Nov-2010 PortugalLisbonAttended the 22nd NATO summit and the U.S.-EU summit. Met with President Aníbal Cavaco Silva and Prime Minister José Sócrates.
16333-Dec-20103-Dec-2010 AfghanistanBagramVisited with U.S. troops at Bagram Air Base. Originally planned meeting with President Hamid Karzai in Kabul was canceled due to bad weather.[10]
173419-Mar-201121-Mar-2011 BrazilBrasília and Rio de JaneiroMet with President Dilma Rousseff. Visited the Cidade de Deus favela and the Christ the Redeemer statue.
3521 Mar-201122 Mar-2011 ChileSantiagoMet with President Sebastián Piñera.
3622 Mar-201123 Mar-2011 El SalvadorSan SalvadorMet with President Mauricio Funes. Visited the San Salvador Cathedral.
183723-May-201123-May-2011 IrelandDublin, MoneygallHad meetings with President Mary McAleese and Taoiseach Enda Kenny. Visited ancestral home in Moneygall, and addressed a large crowd in Dublin. Accompanied by the First Lady.[11][12]
3823-May-201126-May-2011 United KingdomLondonState visit,[11] accompanied by the First Lady. She returned to the US from the UK when the President traveled on to France.[13]
3926-May-201127-May-2011 FranceDeauvilleAttended the 37th G8 summit[11]
4027-May-201128-May-2011 PolandWarsawHad meetings with President Bronisław Komorowski and Prime Minister Donald Tusk. Laid wreath at the Warsaw Ghetto Memorial and visited the memorial to the victims of the Smolensk plane crash.[11]
19413-Nov-20114-Nov-2011 FranceCannesAttended the G-20 Cannes summit
204216-Nov-201117-Nov-2011 AustraliaCanberra, DarwinMet with Prime Minister Julia Gillard
4317-Nov-201119-Nov-2011 IndonesiaNusa DuaAttended an ASEAN Summit and the Sixth East Asia Summit.[14]
214425-Mar-2012[15]27-Mar-2012 South KoreaOsan Air Base, Korean Demilitarized Zone, SeoulAttended the 2012 Nuclear Security Summit. Met with Hu Jintao and Nursultan Nazarbayev and addressed US military personnel.[16]
224513-Apr-201215-Apr-2012[17] ColombiaCartagena6th Summit of the Americas
234601-May-201202-May-2012[18] AfghanistanBagram Air Base, KabulSigning of strategic partnership agreement between Afghanistan and United States, spending time with U.S. troops at Bagram airfield and addressing the nation from there regarding the responsible end of the Afghanistan war.[19][20]
244717-June-201219-June-2012 MexicoSan José del Cabo and Los Cabos CorridorAttended the G-20 Los Cabos summit.[21]
re-elected
254818-Nov-201219-Nov-2012 ThailandBangkokThe President visited the Wat Pho monastery, took part in a formal welcome ceremony at Thai Koo Fah,[22] and met with King of Thailand Bhumibol Adulyadej and Thai PM Yingluck Shinawatra to discuss Thai–U.S. cooperation and mark 180 years of official relations.[23][24][25][26][27][28][29][30][31][32]
4919-Nov-201219-Nov-2012 Myanmar (Burma)YangonPresident Obama became the first U.S. President to visit the country, where he toured Shwedagon Pagoda, delivered a speech on democracy at the University of Yangon[25] and met with President Thein Sein and MP Aung San Suu Kyi to discuss Myanmar–U.S. relations in light of the country's democratic reforms.[23][24][25][33][34][35][36][37][38][39]
5019-Nov-201220-Nov-2012 CambodiaPhnom PenhThe President attended the 21st ASEAN Summit and the 7th East Asia Summit, where he met with Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao and Japanese PM Yoshihiko Noda, among others. Obama also hold a bilateral meeting with Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen and Obama became the first person holding the office to visit Cambodia.[23][24][25][40][41][42][43][44]
265120-Mar-201322-Mar-2013 IsraelTel Aviv, JerusalemMet with President Shimon Peres and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, visited the Shrine of the Book and Yad Vashem, and spoke to students at the International Convention Center.
5221-Mar-201322-Mar-2013 West BankRamallah, BethlehemMet with President Mahmoud Abbas and visited the Church of the Nativity.
5322-Mar-201323-Mar-2013 JordanAmman, PetraMet with King Abdullah and visited Petra.
27542-May-20133-May-2013 MexicoMexico CityMet with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto.
553-May-20134-May-2013 Costa RicaSan JoséMet with President Laura Chinchilla and other Central American leaders.
285617-Jun-201318-Jun-2013 United KingdomLough ErneAttended the 39th G8 summit.
5718-Jun-201319-Jun-2013 GermanyBerlinMet with President Joachim Gauck and Chancellor Angela Merkel. Delivered a speech in front of the Brandenburg Gate.
295826-Jun-201328-Jun-2013 SenegalDakarMet with President Macky Sall. Visited Gorée Island.
5928-Jun-20131-Jul-2013 South AfricaJohannesburg, Pretoria, Soweto, Cape TownMet with President Jacob Zuma and Chairwoman of the African Union Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma. Visited Robben Island.
601-Jul-20132-Jul-2013 TanzaniaDar es SalaamMet with President Jakaya Kikwete.
30614-Sep-20135-Sep-2013 SwedenStockholmMet with King Carl XVI Gustaf and Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt. Met with leaders of the Nordic countries. Attended an event honoring Raoul Wallenberg at the Great Synagogue.
625-Sep-20136-Sep-2013 RussiaSt. PetersburgAttended the G-20 St. Petersburg summit.
316307-Dec-201310-Dec-2013 South AfricaJohannesburgFuneral of Nelson Mandela
326419-Feb-201419-Feb-2014 MexicoTolucaAttended annual North American Leaders' Summit with President Enrique Peña Nieto and Prime Minister Stephen Harper.[45]
336524-Mar-201425-Mar-2014 NetherlandsAmsterdam,HagueAttended 2014 Nuclear Security Summit and 40th G7 summit; Met with Prime Minister Mark Rutte; President Xi Jinping of China; King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands at the Royal Palace of Amsterdam; Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan of the United Arab Emirates; President Park Geun-hye of the Republic of Korea, and Prime Minister Shinzō Abe of Japan
6626-Mar-201426-Mar-2014 BelgiumBrusselsWreath laying and tour of Flanders Field Cemetery with King Philippe and Prime Minister Elio Di Rupo of Belgium; EU-U.S. working lunch; President Herman Von Rompuy, President of the European Council, and President Jose Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission; NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen; Delivered a speech at the Centre for Fine Arts (BOZAR)
6627-Mar-201427-Mar-2014  Vatican CityVatican CityAn audience with Pope Francis at the Apostolic Palace.[46]
6727-Mar-201427-Mar-2014 ItalyRomeMet with President Giorgio Napolitano; tour of the Colosseum
6828-Mar-201428-Mar-2014 Saudi ArabiaRiyadhKing Abdullah


President George W. Bush[edit]

George W. Bush and advisors gather in the President's office aboard Air Force One en route to Bahrain in 2008.

President George W. Bush made a secret trip to Iraq on Thanksgiving 2003 to dine with the troops. His father had made a similar visit to the U.S. troops in Saudi Arabia just after receiving the new VC-25 planes just before Thanksgiving 1990.

Like President Clinton, President Bush made two separate trips to Sub-Saharan Africa. On one trip he visited three of the poorest countries in the world: Liberia, Rwanda, and Benin.

According to the State Department only two of Bush's overseas presidential visits were deemed state visits. One invitation was by Queen Elizabeth II, which Buckingham Palace claimed was the only state visit from an American president. All the other visits were at the invitation of the prime minister who is not the head of state. The second state visit was to Poland.[citation needed]

On 15–20 November 2006, President Bush made the third round the world presidential flight (after LBJ and Nixon). He went to Russia, Singapore, Vietnam, and Indonesia.

President Bill Clinton[edit]

Clinton and Russian President Boris Yeltsin meet on the sidelines of an Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe summit in Istanbul in 1999.

President George H. W. Bush[edit]

George H. W. Bush riding in a humvee with General Schwarzkopf in Saudi Arabia in 1990.

President Ronald Reagan[edit]

Reagan addressing British Parliament in 1982.

President Reagan made 7 trips to continental Europe, 3 to Asia and 1 to South America during his presidency. He is perhaps best remembered for his speeches at the 40th anniversary of the Normandy landings, for his impassioned speech at the Berlin Wall, his summit meetings with Mikhail Gorbachev, and riding horses with the Queen at Windsor Park.

Reagan's presidency would be transitional in international travel. During his term in office, he ordered the two special mission Boeing 747s that would become the new presidential transport to replace the aging Boeing 707s. Heavy lift aircraft could bring security,limousines, and helicopters. After that time, the president had access to inflight bedrooms and showers, boardrooms, and communication equipment and with refueling virtually unlimited range. Summit meetings would proliferate, and international travel would become more of a constant expectation of the presidency.

President Jimmy Carter[edit]

Carter and Liberian President William R. Tolbert, Jr. wave from their motorcade during a visit to Monrovia in 1978.

President Gerald Ford[edit]

Ford with Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev in Vladivostok in 1974.

President Ford made the first visit of a sitting president to Japan, and followed it with a trip to the Republic of Korea and the Soviet Union (to attend the Vladivostok Summit). He traveled internationally only his first year in office. He stayed within the US for all of 1976.

President Richard Nixon[edit]

Nixon's 1972 visit to China was a groundbreaking trip. Here he is shaking hands with Mao Zedong.

President Lyndon Johnson[edit]

Johnson during a 1966 visit to South Vietnam.

President Johnson ended up flying 523,000 miles aboard it during his term as president. In his first two years in office he made only one international trip, which was to Canada. He did all of his other international travel from April 1966 to July 1968, and he left the North American continent only four times.

During his full term, LBJ eschewed Europe in favor of Southeast Asia and Latin America. He is the only president serving during Queen Elizabeth II's reign to have never met her. LBJ went to Germany once briefly for the funeral of Konrad Adenauer.

One of the most unusual international trips in presidential history occurred before Christmas in 1967. The President began the trip by going to the memorial service for Australian Prime Minister Harold Holt, who had disappeared in a swimming accident and was presumed drowned. The White House did not reveal in advance to the press that the President would make the first round the world presidential trip. The exhausting trip was 26,959 miles completed in only 112.5 hours (4.7 days). The trip crossed the equator twice, stopped in Travis Air Force Base, Calif., then Honolulu, Pago Pago, Canberra, Melbourne, Vietnam, Karachi and Rome.

President John F. Kennedy[edit]

Kennedy speaking at an event in Caracas with Venezuelan President Rómulo Betancourt in 1961.

President Dwight D. Eisenhower[edit]

Eisenhower in Madrid in 1959 with Spanish leader Francisco Franco.

President Harry S Truman[edit]

After FDR died, Truman attended the Potsdam conference 9 weeks after Germany's unconditional surrender. Nineteen months later he went on state visits in Canada, Mexico and Brazil all within a 6-month period. For the next five years he did not go abroad.

President Franklin D. Roosevelt[edit]

The "Big Three" Allied leaders (left to right) at Yalta in February, 1945: Winston Churchill, Roosevelt and Joseph Stalin.

Presidential International Trips Pre-Aircraft[edit]

Wilson attended the Paris Peace Conference in 1919.

See also[edit]

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