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Many Planes have no Registrations that I see

Posted by Toxic-Pilot on 08 March 2016 - 22:16:59
3 posts, 0 aircraft seen at 0 airports. Local Airport: Not specified

What is up with this situation? Most are also spraying chemicals. Are these Govt or contractor planes? Doesn't the FAA require registrations on all planes?

Premium Posted by ux166c on 09 March 2016 - 18:58:17
182 posts, 3929 aircraft seen at 139 airports. Local Airport: RNT

Appalling. Most likely they are under contract to the One World Government and as such, are not subject to FAA oversight. They are also presumed to operate the countless black helicopters.

Admin Posted by nighthawk on 10 March 2016 - 10:45:39
377 posts, 197 aircraft seen at 20 airports. Local Airport: CAX

Trust me, no one is spraying chemicals (other than farmers crop dusting)!

All US based aircraft must be registered with the FAA. You can search this database here: http://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinquiry/NNum_Inquiry.aspx There are no exceptions to this rule, and every aircraft is in that database. If you can find the registration, then you can look it up there and see who owns it.

This FAA database is for their own use only, and is not available for sale. Therefore sites like PlaneLogger don't have access to it, and must build up our database using other sources. As a result of this, there are often registrations missing, simply because no-one has provided us with the information on that aircraft yet.

Simply put, there is no conspiracy here, you can remove your tinfoil hat.

Posted by Toxic-Pilot on 11 March 2016 - 17:57:56
3 posts, 0 aircraft seen at 0 airports. Local Airport: Not specified

Thanks (except for the wise remark from Prem). Yes, I later discovered that the owner can turn the publication of his registration off from the databases. You would be shocked and surprised at the percentage of flights that have their registrations turned off by the way. These same planes are, in most cases, spraying chemicals out the back (we have them on video.). This is why they have turned their registrations off). They do not want to be identified easily while spraying the skies with toxins. This will all be coming out soon and this practice of hiding registration numbers will be reversed. By the way, in some cases but not all, there are passengers just 10-15 ft. away from those chemical tanks in the belly of the plane. If you don't believe any of this, then go outside and look up and note if registration is hidden. The planes with chemtrails typically have their registrations not listed.

Posted by Toxic-Pilot on 16 March 2016 - 06:01:24
3 posts, 0 aircraft seen at 0 airports. Local Airport: Not specified

The people on this type of site should be knowledgeable about aircraft and contrails versus chemtrails. There is a big difference, of course. It is only a matter of time before the truth comes out on this. There are patents that Boeing has on spraying these chemicals from their planes. Here is the Italian company, Tanker Enemy, who filmed a KC10 tanker while spraying. Commercial jets spray as well but they burn a fuel that has the "additive" of chemicals mixed in the fuel.

Come on guys, wake up. Do a search on chemtrails or geoengineering. There is tons of data out there. By the way, these chemicals are killing bees, fish, birds, trees, and eventually all of us.

Thanks Toxic Pilot

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