Interesting flights to or from Geneva airport for the week from Monday 24 May 2021 to Sunday 30 May 2021.

Monday 24 May: A Gulf5 of the Royal Moroccan Air Force came from, then returned to, Rabat. It seems that Spain and Morocco do not see eye to eye right now.

Tuesday 25 May: The U.S Air Force Globemaster that arrived the previous Sunday returned home to Charleston via Washington. Certainly, something related to the Biden-Putin meeting here in June.

Tuesday 25 May: A nice Falcon 900, registered in the USA (owner unknown behind a trust fund), off to San Fernando Argentina via Nice. One of few to or from that country.

Wednesday 26 May: Arrival of a Gulf 5 belonging to LUKoil-Avia, a Russian airline based at Moscow. It came here from Accra in Ghana, then left quickly for Moscow.

Thursday 27 May: A Bombardier BD-700 here directly from Brazil. One would hope that the occupants, including the flight crew, are in quarantine!

Friday 28 May: A Gulf 5 owned by Rolex went to Florence and back (and again on Sunday). A conference on watches? Note that it is an aircraft that requests no tracking Pretty well an impossibility in this internet-connected world.

Friday 28 May: A British- registered Falcon 7X owned by Tag Aviation UK left for Lagos.

Saturday 29 May: A Czech-registered Embraer Phenom 300 arrived from Jersey (that small Channel isles resort often linked with avoiding taxes) then continued to Palma de Mallorca and then somewhere around Greece Island-hopping?

Sunday 30 May: Another regular visit of a private luxury Airbus A31, coming from Kiev and then returning!

More details for these flights, and all other since 2009, can be obtained via the ARAG Web site

http://www.aragge.ch/cgi-bin/movements.pl

D’autres détails pour ces vols, et tous les autres vols depuis 2009, peuvent être obtenus via le site WEB de l’ARAG

http://www.aragge.ch/cgi-bin/mouvements.pl

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