How to Identify Owner of Light Aircraft Flying Overhead

February 28, 2019

Elites

Anyone can easily discover the registered owner of light aircraft flying overhead with the right video camera and internet connection to the FAA website –

Ever wondered who owns the small plane or helicopter flying over your home or workplace? These people are usually elite.

Whether they are piloting the craft themselves, or are simply the owner, it’s fairly simple to find out who owns the aircraft in the sky.

The first thing you will need is a good video camera (camcorder) with a powerful built-in ZOOM. I recommend Panasonic. EBay will be your best bet on price, weather new or used.

Here are the models I recommend:

Panasonic HC-V201
Panasonic HC-V110
Panasonic HC-V180
Panasonic HC-V210

As of posting, I found a good price on a Panasonic HC-V201 camcorder for auction on Ebay:

The Panasonic HC-V201 is the one I use – purchased on Ebay for around $35.  It comes with a 72X optical zoom which works great for capturing the N-number of the back of the aircraft (near the tail section) required by the FAA.

The ZOOM on the HC-V201 has three settings; 72X (optical) 100x (enhanced) and 2,500x (worthless). I use the 100x setting.

It’s also great for shooting the moon!:

The reason you want a camcorder over a regular camera, besides the obvious zoom, is so you can slow the footage down on replay, zeroing in on the N-number with clarity, before freezing the frame and recording the aircraft registration number to enter into the FAA database to find the owner.

Once you have identified the aircraft registration N-number from the back of the plane, simply go to the the FAA website and type in the registration number to find the name or company of the owner.

https://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinquiry/NNum_Inquiry.aspx

However, only enter the digits following the “N” part of the N-number (omitting the letter “N”) of the aircraft registration identification.

For example: N79884 is one of the aircraft registration identification numbers (N-number) I captured from a small plane repeatedly flying over my property in Langley, Washington a few months ago.

I Then entered 79884 into the ‘FAA Registry N-Number Inquiry’ (above) and hit “submit.” Below are the results for this particular N-number captured using a Panasonic HC-V201 camcorder:

N79884 Laith Barnhill (Arlington, WA) – click to enlarge

Here’s a photo of the owner of that particular aircraft flying over my property. After conducting a name search, it turns out he happens to be a flight instructor based in Arlington, Washington – and a Jew.  Who knew?

Jew Flight Instructor Laith Barnhill (N-Number N79884)

Another plane captured flying overhead above my home belongs to Dr. Barbara G Schach of Kirkland, Washington, who is also a Jew.

N369TC Dr. Barbara Schach (Kirkland, WA)

Further captures include Todd Stabler, MBA, who appears to be a Mason based in Bellevue, Washington. The elite sure like flying over my property – averaging 35 planes per day beginning in late 2015 after 15 years of quite country living –  topping out at 150 one day before I bought the camcorder. Let’s see who the hell they are… huh? WTF!

N4143N Todd Stabler, MBA, (Roche Harbor, WA) TODD STABLER & ASSOCIATES (Bellevue, WA)

Todd Stabler, MBA (Bellevue, WA)

N250WW BLADES LLC (Arlington, WA)

N2438E NORTHWAY AVIATION OF WASHINGTON INC. (Everett, WA)

N4127J VAN AERO LLC (Wilmington, DE)

N241AT AIRLINE TRANSPORT PROFESSIONALS CORP OF USA (Wilmington, DE)

N435SP BOEING EMPLOYEES FLYING ASSOCIATION (Everett, WA)

N738SE MORCOM AVIATION SERVICES INC (Everett, WA)

N35121 SNOHOMISH FLYING SERVICE INC (Snohomish, WA)

N43RQ LLC (Bothell, WA)

N1658C CE-172 AIRCRAFT LLC (Wilmington, DE)

N6865P JONAS AIRCRAFT & ARMS CO INC (New York, NY)

N186G KIRK BROWN (Spring Branch, TX)

N97WH THOMAS R COX (Kirkland, WA)

N7291M BRAINARD E LEE (Everett, WA)

N13839 John G Deaton (Petaluma, CA)

N1732A WISE OWL AVIATION SERVICES LLC (Redmond, WA)

N67991 NORTHWAY AVIATION OF WASHINGTON INC (Everett, WA)

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2 Comments on “How to Identify Owner of Light Aircraft Flying Overhead”

  1. Solosides Says:

    This is all basic information that was taught to me at my elite high school in Seattle.

    But the true Elite have a way of hiding from your basic FAA lookup. They simply register ownership for the aircraft under a tax exempt LLC with a name similar to “Bla bla bla Holdings LLC”. The ownership of that LLC is then placed into a chain of other LLCs where it makes it nearly impossible to identify the actual owner of the assets. That is unless you’re part of the elite and can afford the extremely expensive licenses for the professional versions of LexisNexis or other versions of legal software only available to the elite who can afford it.

    The real question I have, who is flying the all matte black, completely unmarked and unlit helicopters and planes I’ve seen from time to time? They love to fly all over the Western Washington. I’ve even seen ones that looked some new multi-billion dollar experimental unit straight out of a futuristic video game. But I’ve hardly seen any of them since the installation of the the 4G/5G infrastructures several years ago. The new wireless tech provides much more terrifying capabilities.

    Reply

  2. Greg Bacon Says:

    “Youse GOYIM are getting too uppity for our own good. Better tone things down or we’ll do another 9/11 on your sorry asses!”

    Reply

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