Sunday, November 27, 2005

 

Learjet at Keflavik


Turkish security forces handed some prisoners over to the CIA in Istanbul, who took them on by Path Corporation's (a CIA front company) Learjet (N221SG), the Turkish press reports. The plane took off from Istanbul on March 7, 2005 and landed at Copenhagen at 0900 local time, where it remained for 23 hours before departing at 0804 on March 8 for Keflavik, Iceland and onward to Stephenville, Newfoundland and then to an unknown destination in the United States.
Keflavik records show the following movements [arrivals and departures] of N221SG:
N221SG LJ35 - Learjet 35 Lending 31.03.2002 12:32 CYYT - ST. Johns
N221SG LJ35 - Learjet 35 Flugtak 31.03.2002 13:36 LFRB - Brest (Guipavas)
N221SG LJ35 - Learjet 35 Lending 20.05.2002 14:58 EGPF - Glasgow
N221SG LJ35 - Learjet 35 Flugtak 21.05.2002 09:07 CYQX - Gander
N221SG LJ35 - Learjet 35 Lending 08.03.2005 11:13 EKCH - Copenhagen
N221SG LJ35 - Learjet 35 Flugtak 09.03.2005 12:19 CYJT - Stephenville

Turkish press reports

Comments:
Learjets. Cool!
 
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