For those traveling to Aruba by plane might find the follwoing an eye opener. As we have stated since the very beginning, those with an agenda to smear others, discredit Natalee’s family and defend the three suspects … What’s good for Joran Van der Sloot, is terrible for Aruba.
Amigoe: The other side of the Holloway-case ‘Police Aruba hindered by FBI’ MEDPLANE
They revealed that already one day after Holloway was declared missing, a medplane (medical plane or ambulance-plane) from the US arrived on Reina Beatrix airport and was stationed for a few days in the area of the airport where private jets park. Nothing strange about that on the surface, except that the crew (two pilots, a doctor and a nurse) knew nothing about why they were there. Gielen and Van Stapele also discovered that the plane landed without authorization and was also not registered by the Aruban authorities, while the mysterious landing – even though it was reported to the police in an official unsigned written testimony -was subjugated by the corps to the investigation only months later. This is also the case for other testimonies.
The article that has been previously published in Amigoe has so many inconsistencies and remarkable comments that it actually needs to be dissected one nonsensical paragraph at a time. Everyone needs to actually think what they are saying and better yet what Aruba would have allowed in order for this to be true. A plane was allowed to land without authorization.
… a medplane (medical plane or ambulance-plane) from the US arrived on Reina Beatrix airport and was stationed for a few days in the area of the airport where private jets park.
Gielen and Van Stapele also discovered that the plane landed without authorization and was also not registered by the Aruban authorities, …
So are we to believe that it is a common practice in a post 9-11 world that Aruba and the Reina Beatrix airport allows planes to fly into their air space and land without authorization? A plane is then allowed to sit on a runway without authorization while commercial airlines are landing and talking off with tourists. REALLY? I am sure the FAA would be interested in hearing this. Truly think about the ramifications of such an event. Commercial airlines filled with tourists from America and other destinations are flying in Aruban airspace and Aruba would allow an unregistered, undocumented plane be in their airspace and land without authorization. We are sure that instills all kind of confidence and safety from those would be tourists going to Aruba.
Is landing in Aruba without authorization a common practice? You would knowingly not know who was landing and put passengers aboard other airlines and on the ground at risk? Aruba has heard of 9-11 and the war on terror, right?