May 13, 2022 (last updated May 14, 2022 at 7:07 a.m. Pacific – REFRESH PAGE)
UPDATED: May 14, 2022 (6:55 a.m. Pacific) This is getting weird.
We received an email from Peter Manice, who’s signature says he’s the co-founder of Tailwind Air, which is listed on FlightAware as the operator of the plane involved in this story. Here is what he said:
“Tailwind has never owned the aircraft nor does it have any affiliation with the aircraft, passengers, or pilots involved in this incident. N333LD was managed and operated by us for the previous owner however this relationship ended earlier this year.
We don’t have records of the new owner. The FAA has quite a backlog, which may explain why the permanent registration hasn’t been updated on sites such as FlightAware, etc. (the aircraft itself will carry a temporary registration).
We are amazed and impressed at the skill of all involved in this incident and wish the pilot a full recovery!
As for Alan Ram, he is CEO of Tailwind and not the same person you reference.”
UPDATED 3:18 p.m. Pacific – FAA spokesperson Kiiva Williams wrote back and said “we don’t identify private individuals” when we asked for the identity of the pilot. Take that for what you will.
PALM BEACH — Everyone loves feel-good stories with a happy endings, especially in these times of universal deceit and subterfuge. Now mainstream media are using said feel-good stories to coordinate and deflect attention from a very disturbing and well-established trend in the aviation industry.
Captain Bob Snow was an American Airlines pilot with over 30 years experience. He was landing an Airbus A321 with 200 passengers at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport via Denver on April 9. Just six minutes after touching down and taxiing the aircraft to Gate 6, Captain Snow suffered a sudden cardiac arrest. In what can only be called a miraculous coincidence, the plane left Denver exactly six minutes earlier than it was supposed to leave. Had the flight departed right on time, this story would have been international news. It’s also hard to look past the numerical anomaly herein – left Denver 6 minutes early, landed at Gate 6, cardiac arrest 6 minutes later.
Captain Snow posted a video that originally appeared on Rumble on April 19. He said American Airlines forced all pilots to receive mRNA injections or be fired. He received his on November 9. “I will probably never fly again, based on the criteria the FAA establishes for pilots, all courtesy of the vaccine,” Captain Snow said from a hospital room.
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The situation with pilots, airplanes and mRNA injections is a literal ticking time bomb. We wrote a story in February that covered 11 helicopter and plane crashes in a 20-day stretch that month. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Mr. Joshua Yoder is a commercial pilot and co-founder of U.S. Freedom Flyers, a volunteer group of transportation workers fighting against vaccine mandates.
He told Mr. Steve Kirsch, founder of the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation, that 30% of pilots would be disqualified from their positions if they were properly screened for heart health. Mr. Yoder said that many active, vaccinated pilots complain about chest pains, but keep quiet for fear of losing their jobs. They just keep flying, hoping for the best.
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations prohibit pilots from flying if they take medications that “result in the person being unable to meet the requirements for the medical certificate necessary for the pilot operation.” In other words, the government is deliberately endangering pilots and millions of passengers with vaccine mandates that violate their own rules.
Government and mainstream media are doing everything to ensure the general public is unaware, or in willing denial, as to the situation with the entire aviation industry, pilots and “vaccines.” The story out of Palm Beach, Florida this week is a microcosm of how authorities are handling these incidents to distract from the real issue.
“Hero passenger” vs. ghost pilot
A single-engine Cessna 208 Caravan departed the Bahamas Leonard Thompson Airport, formerly known as Marsh Harbour Airport, at 10:58 a.m. on Tuesday, May 10. Three people were on board – the pilot and two passengers, with one said passenger being Mr. Darren Harrison. The flight was headed to Fort Pierce Treasure Coast International Airport in Florida. But it ended up landing at Palm Beach International Airport instead. That’s where the story get a little strange and a lot manipulative.
The plane was off the coast of Florida when it suddenly made a right turn and quickly descended from 10,000 feet to 6,000 feet. Seconds earlier, the pilot turned and told the two passengers, “I’m not feeling well.” That’s then the pilot slumped over onto the controls, causing the planes’ redirection and plunge. Mr. Harrison, according to several accounts, climbed over two seats, pulled the “incapacitated pilot” off the controls, and pulled the yoke (steering wheel) to stop the decent. The passenger, who reportedly has no flight experience at all, put on the headset to call air traffic control.
“Traffic, triple-3, Lima, Delta,” he said calmly into the microphone, referring to the tail number (N333LD) of the plane. Fort Pierce Tower Controller Christopher “Chip” Flores acknowledged. Mr. Harrison said, “I’ve got a serious situation here. My pilot has gone incoherent. I have no idea how to fly the airplane. But I’m maintaining 9,100 [feet].” Mr. Flores, with the assistance of supervisor Justin Boyle, told Mr. Harrison to “push forward on the controls and descend at a very slow rate.” The Fort Pierce controllers couldn’t verify the position of the plane. So they gave Mr. Harrison the radio frequency to call Palm Beach Approach.
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Mr. Harrison, however, couldn’t figure out how to change frequencies. Ultimately Fort Pierce got Palm Beach air traffic controllers in contact with Mr. Harrison via emergency radios. Fort Pierce also kept asking if Mr. Harrison had a cell phone, to apparently just talk to him by phone. Palm Beach controller and flight instructor Robert Morgan calmly, step-by-step, told Mr. Harrison which buttons to press, which switches to flip, etc. to get the plane on the ground safely. Mr. Harrison safely landed and stopped the plane on a Palm Beach Airport runway at 12:37 p.m. Eastern.
Here is a short report from ABC 6 via WPBF 25 in Tequesta, Florida.
Here is most of the raw air traffic control audio. Note that towards the end, you cannot hear most of Mr. Harrison’s responses for whatever reason. But you can hear the controllers. The phone numbers are cut out as well.
Both Mr. Harrison and Mr. Morgan are, deservedly, being hailed as heroes by mainstream media. The two men even took photos afterwards.
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But neither mainstream media, nor the FAA have identified the actual pilot who was “incapacitated,” despite it now being three days later. In fact, zero media outlets have even forwarded the standard “the pilot has not been identified as of publishing.” The FAA provided no update on the pilot’s condition in its May 11 blog post. Meanwhile every media outlet covering this story only states that the pilot suffered a “medical issue” or “medical emergency.” We emailed and called the FAA press office, but received no response as of publishing.
The Cessna plane herein is owned by a company called Beach Amphibian, LLC. in New Haven, Connecticut, according to FAA records. There is no company called Beach Amphibian registered with the Connecticut Secretary of State. The only Beach Amphibian, LLC we could find is a Delaware company with a registered agent in Wilmington. It appears to be a holding company since there are readily-available records of it actually doing business.
UPDATED 8:15 p.m. Pacific – The operator of this particular plane is listed as Tailwind Air.
The only Tailwind Air in existence is a commuter and charter service that operates out of Westchester Airport (New York) and Bridgeport, Connecticut.
The “About Page” also says that Tailwind” is experienced in amphibious seaplane operation.” That explains the Beach Amphibian, LLC. name. Said page (archived here) also says, “All flights are capable of landing on water or land, feature two pilots, comfortable seating, crisp air conditioning, and an incredible view.” FlightAware says the company is based in Stratford, Connecticut, while the website says headquarters is in Rye Brook, New York. The LinkedIn page for the company says Tailwind is “fully qualified to transport you and your guests anywhere in the world in the utmost safety and comfort.”
Tailwind Air has not mentioned this super-exciting, national feel-good story on it’s Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn pages. The saying goes “all press is good press” when nobody knows you. Granted a mystery pilot “going incoherent” while flying a plane could scare potential passengers. Further, it appears nearly all Tailwind Air business and clientele are concentrated in the Northeast/New England. A flight from the Bahamas to Fort Pierce, Florida is quite unorthodox for this company.
The Tailwind CEO is listed as Alan Ram.
There’s no evidence that these two Alan Ram’s are the same person. At least 10 people have/had that name in the U.S. It’s just an incredible coincidence that the Arizona Alan Ram is a pilot who died in a plane crash; while the Tailwind Alan Ram is apparently from Virginia and runs a charter plane business.
We emailed Tailwind Air, asking for the pilot’s identity, clarification about the CEO, and about the seemingly-unusual flight from The Bahamas to Florida. This story is far from over. We’ll update if/when we hear back.
We all know what happened
The pilot obviously had a stroke or heart attack. And the reason why is also obvious. But the foregoing depends on this story actually being legitimate and not a complete fabrication by the powers that be for some agenda.
The coverup is always worse than the actual crime, as the saying goes. Mainstream media and the FAA are doing a fantastic job making the masses forget about the alleged “incapacitated pilot.” A random passenger with absolutely no flying experience lands a plane. What an exciting story with a happy ending, that everyone can get around the fire and enjoy. But the fact media are withholding any and all identifying information on the pilot raises a lot of questions. Then there’s Mr. Harrison
He was talking to air traffic controllers like he knew what he was talking about. He used the aviation phonetic alphabet to describe the plane when he called air traffic control. Mr. Harrison also knew to identify himself by the plane’s tail number. Granted this blogger watches those plane crash documentaries on YouTube when he’s bored. Those shows provide general ideas as to what’s happening in an airplane cockpit. But Mr. Harrison, an interior designer by trade, seemed a bit too calm for what was happening, especially with no flying experience. If he’s that cool of a customer in those situations, bravo. It’d all be much easier to believe if Mr. Harrison was in the military or something similar.
Sadly it takes a small publication like The COVID Blog™ to ask basic questions and get basic facts for these stories. No mainstream media outlet even seems interested in the “incapacitated pilot.” It reeks of Tiffany Dover 2.0. And if we don’t hear back from the FAA with the pilot’s name in the next two business days (it’s already been 24 hours), then another “conspiracy theory” is born.
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