The Romney campaign now has two custom jets for Mitt Romney and vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan.

The planes are in a Florida hangar and will be unveiled Friday, before taking the GOP presidential nominee and his running mate to Richmond, Va., for a campaign event.

Romney will get a McDonnell-Douglas 83 and Ryan will get a DC-93. Both jets are emblazoned with the Romney-Ryan logo, according to ABC News.

The planes arrived Wednesday night from Michigan under the cover of darkness and are at an airport in Lakeland -- about 30 minutes east of Tampa, site of the Republican National Convention.

The planes reportedly are operated by USA Jet Airlines – a Michigan-based private charter company that has provided jets to political candidates, sports teams and celebrities.

Romney had be using a mix of charter companies before getting the custom crafts.