President of United States Richard Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon as they prepare to leave following their visit to Salzburg in Austria. President Nixon and First Lady arrive in their car escorted by motorcycle escorts to the Salzburg Airport. A crowd of people waits for him at the terminal building. The couple greeted by officials. Security and U.S. Military personnel keep a vigil. The Nixons mingle with crowd of officials and well-wishers as they say their goodbyes, to them and to their host, Chancellor Bruno Kreisky, of the Federal Republic of Austria. While strolling about, President Nixon stops to shake hands with the Director of a Band of musicians all dressed in Tyrolean costume. Nixon smiles at them and waves the crowd. He answers questions from reporters as they walk along with him and take notes. Press photographers take photos.
Inside the main cabin of the President Nixon's VC-137C airplane, Spirit of 76 (Air Force One) during flight from Salzburg, Austria, to Moscow Russia, on May 22, 1972. Brief glimpse of National Security Advisor, Henry Kissinger. Views of Press Secretary, Ronald Ziegler. Airborne Press center. Some members of the White House Press Corps filing reports. One is dictating into a hand-held recording device. Some passengers resting.
President of United States Richard Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon depart after their visit to Salzburg in Austria. President and Mrs. Nixon say farewell to several Austrian officials. Chancellor Bruno Kreisky of the Federal Republic of Austria, standing with his wife, presents Mrs. Nixon a bouquet of flowers. The Nixons then ascend steps to the President's aircraft (VC-137C, Spirit of 76). They pause at the door to turn and wave goodbye.
Crowds of citizens are gathered in Salzburg, Austria, to celebration of end of WWI and creation of First Republic of Austria. A parade moves slowly through the crowded city square. One group of paraders carries a large banner depicting the Salzburg Coat of Arms. Many wave the bicolor City flag of Salzburg. A man hands out such flags. An official makes announcements and the crowd gathered to hear him gives three cheers. A train moves slowly by the festivities -- its cars decorated with Salzburg City bicolor flags.
President of United States Richard Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon are guests of Chancellor Bruno Kreisky, of the Federal Republic of Austria, for luncheon at the Kobenzl-Gaisberg Hotel. They mingle informally on the porch of the hotel. Chancellor Kreisky introduces them to several Austrian dignitaries, who greet and welcome the President and First Lady. Nixon shakes hands and talks. Austrian women hotel employees, dressed in traditional costumes, watch from an upper balcony of the hotel as the dignitaries pose for photographs. President and First Lady having drinks with Chancellor Kreisky and other guests. Press photographers take photos from behind.
VC-137 Stratoliner residential aircraft of the United States Air Force One. The Air Force One plane carrying United States President Richard Nixon and others, takes off at dusk. Flash lamps and crewmen at the runway. The Presidential plane flies towards its left.