Jet Star Plane Identified Spraying Aerosol Over Kaikoura on April 20

Advised Rose R., who runs the excellent forum at, a Jet Star plane was identified spraying over Kaikoura at around 4.40pm on April 20th, 2012 using  Here are the details and the photographic evidence.  Notice that the well-defined trail shown in the photograph exhibits undulations on the lower edge, an indicator pumps were used to eject the material.

Airline: Jetstar Airways

Flight: JQ286

From: Christchurch, Christchurch (CHC)

To: Wellington, Wellington (WLG)

Aircraft: Airbus A320-232 (A320)


Hex: 7C6B36

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1 Response to Jet Star Plane Identified Spraying Aerosol Over Kaikoura on April 20

  1. stephen says:

    From the pic that plane does look like it is flying lower than the 30,000ft that would be a contrail. But I cannot state for sure. I don’t know about undulations proving anything so help me here.
    This is extremely serious so we have to get it right.

    I know it (chemtrails) goes on in the USA so I’m not saying it is not happening here. Only that MP Nick Smith has already cherry picked a contrail case a couple or so years back to make us all look stupid.
    He got his of course on other issues but anyway. We must have air tight cases and I want more data on this one please.

    Contrails can happen at lower altitudes if OAT (outside air temp) is low enough) Need weather stats for that time and date for a start.

    We must have good solid data and that flight tracker should give you the altitudes for the flight and at what stage of the flight.
    It is a payware program isn’t it? We are relying on you here.
    23,000ft when? That is the max it got to untill start of decent. A bit low and suspect but not impossible.

    Will have to check weather for that day and get back here to report.

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