Foreign ownership of thousands of U.S. aircraft cloaked in secrecy Why does a small East Texas town called Onalaska have more than 1,000 registered aircraft – and no airport?

“When you can conceal the true ownership of a plane, you’re putting a lot of people in jeopardy,” said Joe Gutheinz, a former Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) special agent. “If you’re a terrorist and you have a way of concealing your secret ownership of a plane in the United States, you’re going to do it.”

 

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