I believe they recently got them. 2 of them if I am not mistaken.
My dad's flight was about to land here in Monterrey but due to bad weather had to return all the way back to Tampico. Right now he is still waiting in the plane until the weather in Monterrey clears up.
So I did some research on blocked aircraft on Flightradar and got some interesting information. Large companies will usually ask to have their private jets blocked in order to hide their dealings with other companies. Buy outs and things like that. They wouldn't want other companies getting wind of their intentions. But then again it could be someone who doesn't care to have their information on the app.
So it could be someone important in the Russian government or official/buisness
I checked back and they've separated, but I found another case.
An American A321 heading to Seattle from Philadelphia diverts to Minneapolis
I found a E-5 flying over San Antonio.
This flight was going from LAX-VIE but diverted to Denver. (This was from a couple days ago)
Oh wow. This happened yesterday to an American Eagle flight from LGA-MYR. It had to return to LGA for (what I'm guessing) bad weather, but I thought it was a glitch.
That's some shady stuff.
I thought exactly the same!
Saw this a few days ago. Does DY need extra seats, or is a 787 just in maintenance?
They have had 747's a while. One is a ex air new zealand aircraft
Channel nine recording a crash near my school
By "they," are you referring to Wamos Air or Norwegian?
Yeah I heard it in the morning, quite annoying