|Quoting redzeppelin (Reply 9):|
|Quoting NBGSkyGod (Reply 11):|
Interesting that its flight path takes it over the CONUS. Could the US force it to land to remove Mr. Snowden from the aircraft ...
|Quoting C680 (Reply 15):|
He will probably go to Havana on Aeroflot's SU150.
|Quoting DTW2HYD (Reply 17):|
Even if it goes over Bermuda what about all our ally countries in Europe. US can plant couple of drunkards on SU150 and let it take normal course. I guess SU123 was a easy flight because it flew over China, Kazakhstan and Russia. FR24 is going to very busy for next couple of days.
|Quoting Sligo (Thread starter):|
with apparently no knowledge that there is more than one commercial airport in Moscow.
|Quoting fn1001 (Reply 27):|
I am sure there is already a freighter on his way to DAM , TEH or SHJ, from there a Gulfstream without transponder via an unknown west-African airport to the northern part of Brazil
|Quoting ely747 (Reply 29):|
Flight AFL 150 already shows as delayed. The airline spokesman confirmed the flight will route over the US teritory.
|Quoting American 767 (Reply 24):|
Sheremetyevo and Domodedovo are the two most important ones. It's like Heathrow and Gatwick in London.
|Quoting B777LRF (Reply 32):|
Should the US government choose to intercept an airliner of a soverign country, flying its assigned route according to flightplan whilst keeping in touch with ATC, under the assumption a person they have not legally extradited from Russia might be onboard, then they're on ice so thin you can see through it. But should they do so, well, then I'd be rooting for Russia to intercept every single US registered aircraft to come within its airspace, force them all to land at obscenely remote airfields while they conduct a safety inspection, only to let them loose a few hours later with the following message: "Sorry, no Jet A1 available at this airfield. Parking charges is 1.000 USD per hour, we don't accept AmEx and your passenger can't leave the aircraft 'cause they have no visas. Have a nice day."
|Quoting anshuk (Reply 32):|
Update: Just saw on Russia Today that Snowden is NOT on the flight to Cuba.
|Quoting Aeri28 (Reply 33):|
I can so see you foaming at the mouth lol. You're just whipping yourself into a frenzy at a scenario that has not even happened lol.
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