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MYSTERY: Three Abandoned Boeing 747’s At Malaysian Airport — Who Ditched Them & WHY?

from Zero Hedge:

Malaysia Is Hunting For Mystery Owner Who Abandoned Three Boeing 747 On Its Airport

One year ago, someone quietly parked their three Boeing 747-200F (which as shown on the image below have no identifiable insignia) at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia and since then has decided – for reasons unknown – to forget all about them.

However, in the meantime, the airplanes have been raking up landing, parking and other charges and now the airport wants to not only find the owner, but to get paid.


Boeing no longer makes the 747-200, but the more modern 747-8 Freighter version is the company’s second-most expensive plane, with a list price of $379.1 million.

As CNN reports, officials from Malaysia Airports Holdings eager to clear the massive clutter and collect their unpaid invoices, took out ads in Malaysia’s The Star and Sin Chew Daily newspapers asking for the owner to please come get their planes. It has given the “mysterious” owner a 14-day ultimatum in which to collect his multi-ton “lost and found” or else the planes would be impounded, sold or “disposed of”:

“If you fail to collect the aircraft within 14 days of the date of this notice, we reserve the right to sell or otherwise dispose of the aircraft pursuant to the Civil Aviation Regulations 1996 and use the money raised to set off any expenses and debt due to us under the said regulations.”


“The giving of such notice by way of advertisement is a common and reasonable step in the process of debt recovery especially in cases where the company concerned has ceased operations and is a foreign entity whereby exhaustive steps undertaken to find a contact person have not been successful,” Malaysia Airports said in a statement.

Malaysia Airports general manager Zainol Mohd Isa told CNN the aircraft have been parked at KLIA for more than a year, having been abandoned at different times. It’s not clear who now bears responsibility for the aircraft and any related charges.

“They’ve yet to pay the parking fee — where do we send the bill?” Isa said.

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2 comments to MYSTERY: Three Abandoned Boeing 747’s At Malaysian Airport — Who Ditched Them & WHY?

  • Eric

    Hmmm could these events possibly be connected?

    Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 (MH370/MAS370)

    Scheduled international passenger flight that disappeared on 8 March 2014, while flying from Kuala Lumpur International Airport near Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to Beijing Capital International Airport in Beijing, China. The flight last made voice contact with air traffic control at 01:19 MYT, 8 March (17:19 UTC, 7 March) when it was over the South China Sea, less than an hour after takeoff. The aircraft disappeared from air traffic controllers’ radar screens at 01:22 MYT.[3] Malaysian military radar continued to track the aircraft as it deviated from its planned flight path and crossed the Malay Peninsula. It left the range of Malaysian military radar at 02:22 while over the Andaman Sea, 200 nautical miles (370 km) northwest of Penang in northwestern Malaysia.[4]:3[5] The aircraft, a Boeing 777-200ER, was carrying 12 Malaysian crew members and 227 passengers from 15 nations.[3]

    Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 (MH17/MAS17)

    Scheduled international passenger flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur that crashed on 17 July 2014 after being shot down, killing all 283 passengers and 15 crew on board.[2] The Boeing 777-200ER airliner lost contact about 50 km (31 mi) from the Ukraine–Russia border and crashed near Torez in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine, 40 km (25 mi) from the border.[3] The crash occurred during the battle in Shakhtarsk Raion, part of the ongoing war in Donbass, in an area controlled by the Donbass People’s Militia.[4]

  • Christine

    If anyone can trace a car based on serial numbers, I am convinced that anyone can trace the origin of a freakin’ plane or three: those toys are absolutely loaded with serial numbers for every part, piece and what not. It took a year to notice three abandoned planes? Come on! Let’s get real!!! Ignoring them for so long was part of someone’s agenda. Disclosing their presence now must be part of someone’s agenda too.

    Let’s just hope that it isn’t the same someone(s)…

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