Glasgow Prestwick Airport
Clients were given the option of hiding the Trump name on the Sikorsky helicopter in a bid to boost business, The Scotsman reported.
It remains unclear whether the military exceeded its own limits on lodging expenses to put service members up in the president's hotel.
A contract between Glasgow Prestwick Airport and the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency has been “kicked in the long grass.”
Glasgow Prestwick Airport "routinely" arranges lodging for American military during refueling layovers, a spokesperson told The Scotsman newspaper.
"We must ... be considerate of perceptions of not being good stewards of taxpayer funds," the Air Force said in a statement.
As House investigators probe suspicious refueling stops, the Defense Department has a longer, pricier deal beginning in October, The Scotsman reports.
Congress is already looking into various ways the Trump administration has sought to direct business to the president's properties.