April 18, 2014
Thanks to G.
In a previous article entitled “Are the Israelis Planning Another 9-11 Using the Missing Boeing 777?”, I presented the evidence that an identical twin of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has been in storage in a hanger at Tel Aviv’s airport since November 2013. The article is very important because it explains that it is possible for Israel to use the plane as a doppelganger of the missing MH370 in a false-flag terror operation. The aircraft stored in Israel is a former Malaysia Airlines plane and is the only aircraft owned by Florida-based GA Telesis. Why is GA Telesis keeping the only plane in its fleet in a hanger in Israel? What is the Fort Lauderdale company’s connection to Israel?
Why has this plane, a former Malaysia Airlines plane exactly like the missing MH370, been kept in Israel by GA Telesis, a supposedly Florida-based company? This photo is from an Israeli planespotter forum that identifies the plane as GA Telesis N105GT at Tel Aviv airport on December 2, 2013.
GA Telesis only has one plane in its fleet, a Boeing 777 with a registration number N105GT. Why did GA Telesis give the plane a new registration number if it was scheduled for dismantling?
HIDING THE NEW REGISTRATION – Why was the plane that “entered the GA Telesis disassembly line in the USA” in July 2013 then sent to Israel in November? This photo of the GA Telesis plane leaving France for Israel on November 4, 2013, shows the new GA Telesis registration, N105GT, which is painted in black on the red band behind the rear door.
The new GA Telesis registration is very hard to read, unlike the usual white letters on red that it had when it was a Malaysia Airlines plane. Why are they trying to hide the registration of this plane? Source: Flickr, F-GOTPA, November 4, 2013, Aéroport Tarbes-Lourdes-Pyrénées, GA Telesis: Boeing 777-2H6(ER): N105GT: MSN 28416/155.
In trying to get answers to these questions I contacted Rebecca Longo, vice president of marketing of the GA Telesis company in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. I sent her the following email:
Rebecca C. Longo
GA Telesis, LLC
1850 NW 49th Street
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Dear Ms Longo,
I am a journalist who would like to ask a couple questions about a plane that belongs to your company, or did so until quite recently: N105GT GA Telesis Boeing 777.
This is a former Malaysia Airlines plane that was reported to have been scheduled for dismantling in Fort Lauderdale, as per the GA Telesis press release of July 10, 2013, which bears your name at the bottom.
Your press release has the MSN of this plane as 28418? Is that the correct MSN?
My questions are about the status of this plane today. Is this the same plane that is described in the following webpage of Planespotters.net? This plane has the MSN 28416. Are these two different planes or is one of the MSN numbers incorrect? The Operator History has this plane listed as operated by GA Telesis but stored in Tel Aviv since November 4, 2013.
Why was the GA Telesis plane scheduled for dismantling in the United States given a new registration number (N105GT) and then flown to Tel Aviv? What is the status of this plane today?
With many thanks for your prompt consideration of my questions.
After a week of sending emails and making numerous phone calls to GA Telesis, I still have not received a response about why the company’s only plane is being kept, or dismantled, in Tel Aviv.
THE ISRAELI CONNECTION
In January 2011, GA Telesis acquired an Israeli-run company called Ultimate Aircraft Composites, LLC. Aviv Tzur, an Israeli, was the executive chairman of Ultimate Aircraft Composites and remained in that position in the company that was re-named GA Telesis Composite Repair Group, LLC, a subsidiary of GA Telesis.
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