TOLEDO --- Even Air Force One can suffer from weather delays.
The Boeing 747 was on approach to Toledo, Ohio Wednesday when it had to abort the landing due to weather conditions.
The plane, with the president aboard, was experiencing turbulence and within sight of the runway when the pilot pulled up and circled the airport to make another landing attempt, reporters on board said.
"Air Force One, missed approach" the pilot announced to air traffic controllers.
"We'd like radar vectors back around," came the reply from radio recordings captured by website LiveATC.net show.
The plane landed safely on the second attempt.
"The pilot initiated a routine missed approach due to weather conditions," the FAA reported. "The plane landed without incident shortly before noon Eastern Time."
Weather at the time in Toledo included fog and mist. Visibility was three miles, but the clouds were at 400 feet.
President Obama was traveling to Ohio for campaign events in Bowling Green and Kent.