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400 kilos of cocaine on a plane at Fuerteventura airport
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400 kilos of cocaine have been found on a light plane at Fuerteventura airport.  The find was made by dogs who searched the plane after the occupants failed to hand in their documentation.  
https://www.ondafuerteventura.es/interce...teventura/
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From what I understood they can't find a single person from that plane. How is it possible for anyone to leave the airport without a trace?
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(29-03-2019, 01:42 PM)Sam Wrote: From what I understood they can't find a single person from that plane. How is it possible for anyone to leave the airport without a trace?

Inside job
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Reports say that they are looking for the occupants on Lanzarote too.  Whatever happened to airport security?  The Police must know who they are looking for.
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The questions I would like answered are was there a flight plan on file, why did it land here? and who is the aircraft registered to, leaving the airport undetected is not difficult I assume there is no fencing to the east side as the sea would provide a natural barrier.
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What time of day or night did it land?
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A very good question Emmi, you would have to assume that it came in without a flight plan registered, so it would have had to land during normal airport operating hours, that being the case why where there not airport security all over it as it landed? you cannot just land at an airport there are landing fees to be paid and documents to be filed { and we all know how The Spanish love their documentation } sounding more and more like an inside job?
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If it landed during the night it would only have shown up on the radar, it would be to small to have an ident pinger. There is probably only a skeleton crew on traffic control at night so the crooks may have thought they could slip in, park up in amongst other small planes & get away with it ! !
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(30-03-2019, 09:50 AM)Johnrgby Wrote: The questions I would like answered are was there a flight plan on file, why did it land here? and who is the aircraft registered to, leaving the airport undetected is not difficult I assume there is no fencing to the east side as the sea would provide a natural barrier.

There is fencing on the eastern side of the airport.  I've walked along the track between the fence and the sea.
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(30-03-2019, 01:01 PM)Captain Sensible Wrote:
(30-03-2019, 09:50 AM)Johnrgby Wrote: The questions I would like answered are was there a flight plan on file, why did it land here? and who is the aircraft registered to, leaving the airport undetected is not difficult I assume there is no fencing to the east side as the sea would provide a natural barrier.

There is fencing on the eastern side of the airport.  I've walked along the track between the fence and the sea.

Yep, there's definitely fencing on that side of the airport. Last time checked about one month ago.
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