Documented Aircraft Deployment of Chemical Aerosols Over Florida
AIRTRAN Boeing 717-200
AirTran Airways is wholly-owned subsidiary of Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV), has been ranked the number one low cost carrier in the Airline Quality Rating study for the past three years.
AirTran Airways offers coast-to-coast service on North America’s newest all-Boeing fleet.
Shame on Southwest Airlines for allowing subsidiary, Airtran Airwways, to enter into a secret contract to spray pollution into our skies.
On Oct 18, I recorded and tracked the progress of Airtran Flt TRS9100 as it sprayed aerosols on a heading of 180 deg (south) before making a U-turn over Gainesville to head north to Atlanta.
It was an easy task to identify Airtran TRS9100 since it was the only aircraft on FlightAware radar that matched the unusual flight path.
On the distance line (above) notice JAX to ATL is 280 SM (statute miles). The flight plan was filed for a route that covered 326 SM. While airborne the flight plan was changed to deviate south to spray aerosols for a total distance of 631 SM from JAX to ATL. Who paid the expenses and how?
Considering the extra fuel, engine time, crew and other expenses – how much is Airtran paid – and by whom – in a secret contract to spray chemical aerosols over North Florida?
Are there any IRS consequences if the income is not reported?
Realtive Humidity at Flight Level (37,000 ft/11,200 meters) less than 20% at 3 reporting stations. This measured data is hard evidence that formation of persistent contrails of water vapor – as defined by NASA – was not possible.
We confidently conclude that these persistent jet trails are chemical aerosols of undetermined toxicity, sprayed over populations of citizens, wildlife, crops and water sheds without due process and without knowledge or consent.
JAX Weathersonde Relative Humidity
TLH Weathersonde Relative Humidity
Peachtree GA Weathersonde Relative Humidity