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Something going down in Loire Atlantique
Since no planes are flying, the skies are clear and any peculiar behaviour that would normally be lost amid the chaos now stands out.
Pretty suspicious, no?
Get a load of this - another plane took off from the same airport in Ancenis and is checking out the département from the other direction:
As if all of that isn't enough, there's another plane that's come all the way from Moulins (practically Lyon) to go gonzo over a piece of Loire Atlantique.
Update: This plane is owned by Aero Photo Europe Investigation.
While it certainly seems as if the concentration is on Loire Atlantique, there are others.
It's a nice sunny morning, hopefully a lovely day. Is France cracking down on illicit picnics?
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|David Pilling, 4th April 2020, 16:41|
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