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Pilots For 9/11 Truth Forum _ Global Perspectives, Chemtrails vs Contrails, Geoengineering, Etc _ I.d. This Type

Posted by: kawika May 22 2015, 01:05 PM

Can anyone ID this type of aircraft?

https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=e097d925456f1330!286&authkey=!ANkC_P1UbkepnT4&v=3&ithint=photo%2cjpg

Shot yesterday in Toronto, CAN

Two engines, yet multiple streams.

Posted by: Shallel May 22 2015, 01:17 PM

That would be a chemtrail spray plane, there are nozzles all along the trailing edges of the wings. I have seen this close up and personal.

Posted by: airshow May 22 2015, 02:26 PM

QUOTE (kawika @ May 22 2015, 12:05 PM) *
Can anyone ID this type of aircraft?

https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=e097d925456f1330!286&authkey=!ANkC_P1UbkepnT4&v=3&ithint=photo%2cjpg

Shot yesterday in Toronto, CAN

Two engines, yet multiple streams.


Not sure that at FL 350 anyone can identify 'nozzles' from the ground. It looks like an Airbus, and the wider contrail is caused by the wing disturbing moist air. It is common, high altitude and low altitude. On a cooler day, just watch aircraft on a short final as they have the AOA slightly up and the flaps and gear down. So what you are seeing in the photo is what has been coming off of aircraft since the days of Orville and Wilbur, water vapour.

Posted by: Shallel May 22 2015, 02:38 PM

I was sitting in traffic on the Belt Parkway (go figure) next to Kennedy. A jet came in for a landing and was approximately 100 ft above my head, leaving a sheet behind it. At first I thought is was fog or condensation coming over and off the wing, but as it passed over I clearly saw the nozzles along the back of the wings. Must have been a malfunction to have the spray on a such a low altitude. All I know is the hair on my neck stood up and I quickly rolled up the windows.


Posted by: MrDoubtfire May 22 2015, 04:36 PM

QUOTE (kawika @ May 22 2015, 12:05 PM) *
Can anyone ID this type of aircraft?

https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=e097d925456f1330!286&authkey=!ANkC_P1UbkepnT4&v=3&ithint=photo%2cjpg

Shot yesterday in Toronto, CAN

Two engines, yet multiple streams.


The design resembles the Airbus A350-900, see http://aviationweek.com/commercial-aviation/flying-a350-airbus-s-most-technologically-advanced-airliner, in the colors of Air Quatar, the launch customer (but without the red winglets). The "mutliple streams" may be caused by the low-drag-high-lift wing profile, which condenses air under the wing, increasing the dew-point temperature of this air and causing condensation at the wing surfaces.

The effect can be similarly seen around the flaps of a landing 747 in https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBjTnS-X8ik.

Posted by: kawika May 25 2015, 10:29 AM

QUOTE (MrDoubtfire @ May 22 2015, 03:36 PM) *
The design resembles the Airbus A350-900, see http://aviationweek.com/commercial-aviation/flying-a350-airbus-s-most-technologically-advanced-airliner, in the colors of Air Quatar, the launch customer (but without the red winglets). The "mutliple streams" may be caused by the low-drag-high-lift wing profile, which condenses air under the wing, increasing the dew-point temperature of this air and causing condensation at the wing surfaces.

The effect can be similarly seen around the flaps of a landing 747 in https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBjTnS-X8ik.


A plane landing scenario is not a good comparison.
This plane was at high altitude, high speed and the trail did not dissipate.

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