Air NZ Plane Emits Aerosol On June 7 At About 9.09am Over Northland

On Saturday, June 7th at about 9.09am-9.10am a plane flew in a northerly direction over Whangarei emitting an aerosol, which was still clearly visible about 20 minutes later, as one of the photos below shows.

The plane was identified using and was Air NZ 782, which was not far behind another Air NZ plane, Air NZ 99, which may have accounted for another trail that was clearly visible.   Photos were taken about 10 and 20 minutes after the trail was sprayed to demonstrate how the trail expanded and formed cloud-like material.

air nz 7 june 2014 9.10am

Photo below taken about 10 minutes after the plane was seen spraying the aerosol shown at the top of the photo – about 9.20am.  Note another aerosol in the lower portion of the photo.SONY DSC

Below: Photo taken at about 9.30am, which was about 20 minutes after the aerosol was emittedSONY DSC.


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3 Responses to Air NZ Plane Emits Aerosol On June 7 At About 9.09am Over Northland

  1. Ian Mitchell says:

    Been alot of airosols over the south west of Hamilton over the past three days.Yesterday was an total assult,just about the whole day.Planes did not show up on flight radar moving very fast at 30000ft+ looked like two of them very hard to see planes.

    • Taliesin Ward says:

      Hamilton has been bombarded non-stop for the past two months. Everybody I know has been sick in the last month. I’ve been sick for the last 6 weeks. I play music in bars for a living, so this is not good. If anybody knows how to get rid of the persistant itchy dry cough and congestion from this chemical assault please make sure you let me know.

  2. Karl says:

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