How to Track Chemtrail Planes
You Can Try This for Yourselves, Now!
Here’s a video by someone who has discovered the area on the FAA’s registry website, who was able to find a fleet of aircraft, which are unquestionably and officially dedicated to weather modification, according to the FAA’s own website – and by the name of the operator of the fleet, iself.
You can track these planes which are solely dedicated to the spraying of chemtrails by first googling ‘FAA “N” Numbers.’ When you arrive on that page, which is one of the top results, click on “Name,” on the left hand menu, which, directs you to a page with an empty field.
When you input the words “weather mod”, as the narrator does, it reveals a list of aircraft produced by Cessna, Piper and Lockheed, etc. which appear to all be owned by a corporation called “Weather Modification, Inc.”, with most of these planes either departing from or arriving to Hector International Airport, in Fargo, North Dakota.
Drilling down further, the narrator says that by copying the numbers in the far left column of the FAA page and adding an “N” to the front of the numbers listed and then entering that “N” number to the search field on on a separate website called Flightaware.com, on the left, down toward the middle of the page, the field called “Track Flight” (BY TAIL#), you will be directed to the latest trajectory of that particular plane.
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