- South Dakota Gov. Mike Rounds - The superintendent of the state's Highway Patrol said the aircraft was placed on the list for security reasons;
- Aircrafts owned by an University of Alabama athletic booster club, the University of Florida, Penn State and the University of Mississippi;
- Coby Brooks, the CEO of Hooters - the Hooters spokesman said they use the plane to conduct unannounced checks on restaurants; and
- Televangelist Kenneth Copeland and his Eagle Mountain International Church in Newark, Texas.
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
ProPublica Gets Blocked Plane List
ProPublica obtained a list from a Federal Aviation Administration program that allows aircraft owners to block flight information from tracking websites. Among those who have asked to be placed on the list:
For a more complete list of aircrafts on the special FAA list, click here.