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If what you describe really is true, on the particular plane you’re looking at, in the USA it means one of two things: it’s (A) an unregistered, unlicensed, pirate craft, not legally either military or civil; or (B) part of the “secret airline” that flies workers from Las Vegas, NV to the “top secret” U.S. airbase at Yucca Flats, NV, known as “Area 51.”

 

Yes, the “area” really exists, but that doesn’t mean it contains dead aliens and flying saucers. It is where the U.S.’s most advanced airborne weapons systems and experimental projects are tested, away from prying eyes.

 

Here’s a few articles on the “Area 51 airline:”

 

If what you describe really is true, on the particular plane you’re looking at, in the USA it means one of two things: it’s (A) an unregistered, unlicensed, pirate craft, not legally either military or civil; or (B) part of the “secret airline” that flies workers from Las Vegas, NV to the “top secret” U.S. airbase at Yucca Flats, NV, known as “Area 51.”

 

Yes, the “area” really exists, but that doesn’t mean it contains dead aliens and flying saucers. It is where the U.S.’s most advanced airborne weapons systems and experimental projects are tested, away from prying eyes.

 

Here’s a few articles on the “Area 51 airline:”

 

If what you describe really is true, on the particular plane you’re looking at, in the USA it means one of two things: it’s (A) an unregistered, unlicensed, pirate craft, not legally either military or civil; or (B) part of the “secret airline” that flies workers from Las Vegas, NV to the “top secret” U.S. airbase at Yucca Flats, NV, known as “Area 51.”

 

Yes, the “area” really exists, but that doesn’t mean it contains dead aliens and flying saucers. It is where the U.S.’s most advanced airborne weapons systems and experimental projects are tested, away from prying eyes.

 

Here’s a few articles on the “Area 51 airline:”