posted on Jun, 12 2007 @ 01:41 AM
For information on aircraft used in extraordinary rendition, Wikipedia keeps a page moderately up to date on some of the more well known aircraft.
This page includes registration numbers and some images. Link
The aircraft used in rendition generally are owned by fairly poorly set up shell corporations and shuffled around between different ones as soon as
they get too much publicity. This technique goes back to the old proprietary airlines CIA has had since after World War II, where a large number of
corporations were set up under a larger parent company, Pacific Corporation.
Several additional aircraft not mentioned on that page are owned by Devon
Holding & Leasing
, a shell corporation from Lexington, North Carolina. The actual company at their address is a legal firm that refuses to
answer any questions about Devon. Their aircraft include N196D, N187D, N219D, and N168D.
Oh, and one other thing about Devon. Their executive officers all have social security numbers issued in the 1990s. Which would make them teenagers
now, and toddlers when they started the company.