Emirates Airline Identified Spraying Aerosols Over Nelson

By Ngaire Small of Nelson, July 30th, 2013.

I witnessed three flights dump aerosol trash into the skies above Nelson today.  All were identified as UAE Airline flights, (United Arab Emirates) using Flightradar24.com.   One, namely UAE 412, did two sharp turns above us, which was most unusual!   Unfortunately, the otherwise clear blue cloudless day was7/05/2013 4:43 p.m. (3)Dumps3007 001 totally polluted above the city.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4 Responses to Emirates Airline Identified Spraying Aerosols Over Nelson

  1. We have plenty of proof – video after video after video – that a number of airlines regularly spray their poison over Australia, including Qantas. What if we got the money together to take any one of them individually to court, and get the whole thing rolling that way? We will soon see if the courts have been instructed not to allow these cases and lawyers, all beholden to the “City of London”, not to be involved in these cases. With all the evidence mounting, it is hard for them to maintain “no case to answer”.

  2. Takatu says:

    Hi Clare, is it true the Producer of “What/Why in the world are they spraying” has been murdered?

  3. These wee diverts from Auckland, Interesting that it wasn’t a planned flight, so any ‘spraying’ would not have been planned, why would they? Perhaps it was the prevailing met conditions? The sharp turn was a vector for sequencing as you can see the other traffic ahead on fight radar. Nothing unusual here.

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