Photo credit: Pete Souza

Photo credit: Pete Souza

A new report from the National Taxpayers Union Foundation reveals that President Obama outpaces his predecessors in world travel.

Through the first five years of their presidencies, here’s how Obama compares to our previous six commanders-in-chief, according to the report:

Presidents’ International Travel After Five Years
President Trips Visits Days Average Days
Abroad per Trip
Eisenhower 8 8 31 3.9
Johnson 10 21 34 3.4
Nixon 12 32 60 5.0
Reagan 14 30 73 5.2
Clinton 27 68 113 4.2
Bush, G.W. 28 76 116 4.1
Obama 31 63 119 3.8

“The most internationally well-traveled President, through five years, is also flying the most expensive-to-operate Air Force One to date,” the foundation wrote in the study, first reported by Breitbart News.

In 2013, the cost of operating Air Force One was about $228,288 per flight hour, according to information obtained by The Washington Examiner via a Freedom of Information Act request.

Obama departed yesterday for the Netherlands to attend a G-7 meeting. The National Taxpayers Union’s Michael Tasselmyer estimates the cost of the trip will be upwards of $6,620,352.