Planefinder.net Chemtrail Proof?

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posted on Mar, 7 2014 @ 01:11 AM
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Been doing some research into planefinder.net and I can't seem to figure out what these planes are doing.... Look up RD1 and RD20
I don't know what they are doing but I figured it would help with your chemtrail thread.

They are planes flown by Ryan International Airline which is contracted with the department of defense.

I'm not to sure how to grab images and such so you'll have to go to the website. Go to map options on the right and check Ryan International Airlines Under Airlines. Do not check Ryanair.

Do a little research and get back to me. These planes never seem to land and are always doing strange things only in the North America.

I wish to of made my own thread about this but I'm new to the website and cannot make my own threads.

DENY IGNORANCE




posted on Mar, 7 2014 @ 02:34 AM
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Meditationplus
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Been doing some research into planefinder.net and I can't seem to figure out what these planes are doing.... Look up RD1 and RD20
I don't know what they are doing but I figured it would help with your chemtrail thread.

They are planes flown by Ryan International Airline which is contracted with the department of defense.

I'm not to sure how to grab images and such so you'll have to go to the website. Go to map options on the right and check Ryan International Airlines Under Airlines. Do not check Ryanair.

Do a little research and get back to me. These planes never seem to land and are always doing strange things only in the North America.

I wish to of made my own thread about this but I'm new to the website and cannot make my own threads.

DENY IGNORANCE


Apparently Ryan International Airline ceased operations over a year ago so maybe it's a glitch in the system. I've just seen one of their planes on the map and it appeared to be moving relatively slowly at 3000ft



posted on Mar, 7 2014 @ 07:54 AM
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They appear to move from 69-130 MPH between 2000-3000 feet. They act just like other planes but load every other few minutes instead of on a constant. And when they are in the process of loading they seem to just turn and travel a few thousand miles with no data in between. Like they just teleport.



posted on Mar, 7 2014 @ 08:30 AM
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Have you checked on Flightradar24 for comparison?



posted on Mar, 7 2014 @ 08:03 PM
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Ryan International Airlines is not registered to flightradar24

There are multiple planes under RIA too. RD1 RD20 RD2

Different planes every time I check doing similar patterns.

Go take a look yourself.

planefinder.net... Map options. Filters Ryan International Airlines Zooom way out



posted on Mar, 8 2014 @ 03:59 AM
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Meditationplus
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Ryan International Airlines is not registered to flightradar24

There are multiple planes under RIA too. RD1 RD20 RD2

Different planes every time I check doing similar patterns.

Go take a look yourself.

planefinder.net... Map options. Filters Ryan International Airlines Zooom way out



There is no "Ryan International Airlines" available in the filter.

There is an option for Ryanair - but that is a low cost carrier in the UK/Europe - Ryanair wiki page

According toe the wiki disambiguation page there is 1 other airlineswith the name "Ryan..." - Ryan Air Services - which operates small aircraft in Alaska





 
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