The following is a list of some of the noisy toxic-lead-spewing planes operated by CAE that collectively fly over Gold Canyon, one after the other, all day, every day.
|Registration #||Make and Model|
As if identifying a noisy plane’s tail number wasn’t difficult enough, corporations like CAE go an extra step to hide their identity by registering their planes under a corporate trust. In CAE’s case, one such trust is the Bank of Utah. Aircraft trusts allow foreign pilots of any nationality to register and fly their aircraft in the US with US markings. If this sounds like a security issue to you then you’re not alone. Forbes wrote an article about it entitled, “Who’s Really Flying Aircraft On U.S. Registry? DOT IG Finds Safety And Security Holes.” So on the one hand, we see videos of TSA agents groping six-year-old girls at the airport in the name of safety and security. On the other hand, we have a loophole that permits foreigners from the most troubled and politically unstable areas in the world to fly their planes incognito around the US.