Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Folsom Field, Nov 29, 2012.
Over Sterling as we speak
What's the tail number or identifier?
Im picturing Benson and Bohn on a little mini bike looking like Loyd and Harry fom Dumb and Dumber.
best post of the year.
If the plane was over Sterling, perhaps going to DeKalb, IL.
New Jersey to meet with Strong after the game tonight.
some one needs to post the picture, I can't from my phone. Anyone with photo shop skills should get on it.
I checked the FAA's index and came up with nothing registered to the University of Colorado or any derivatives. Notre Dame and Nebraska have aircraft. Does anyone know who the University charters with?
Joke...wishful thinking. Take your pick.
This is a good idea. This is the plane we were looking at last coaching search: http://flightaware.com/live/flight/N411MM/history/20121120/2300ZZ/KLAS/KVGT Not the same one though, does CU use a specific company for these flights?
CU uses this company for a lot of the smaller sports charters (MBB, WBB, VB)... http://www.keylimeair.com/ ...the only thing Bohn would use in their fleet would be the Lear 24 but I doubt it...
Meisner has 12 aircraft currently. http://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinq...t=MEISNER+AIRCRAFT+INC&sort_option=1&PageNo=1
Ok, so in the Meisner fleet 12WH is the only possibly relevant one. On November 8, there was a flight from Denver to Dupage, IL, which is a quick 40 minute drive to Dekalb where Northern Illinois University is located. It may mean a meeting between Mike Bohn and Dave Doeren, who is waiting to finish his season with Kent State this weekend before making an announcement. Or it could mean nothing.
All of Key Lime's planes are registered to CBG LLC out of Oregon. They have 23 planes. The Lear (27BJ) does not have any listed travel, which is odd. http://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinquiry/Name_Results.aspx?Nametxt=CBG+LLC&sort_option=1&PageNo=1
I don't know what you guys are talking about - but I hope you find the plane and tell us where its at
The airtravel for the last search was provided by a donor's plane.
Which donors have planes?
Unfortunately, my plane is under maintenance at the moment.
Have to change out the ball bearings.
Whose bringing 'em? Freddy?
I love Fletch references.
Been looking at all flights out of JeffCo this week. Lets keep an eye on this one. Left JeffCo at 8:43 this morning headed to Janesville IL. Janesville is 70 miles directly up the highway from Dekalb IL home of Northern Illinois University (Dave Doeren). The plane was there for 3 hours and departed for Chicago where it is currently. The registration info on the plane is unavailable, but it is a 6 seat business jet.
is that the whole arm, doc? Rep me, bitch.
Frawn T Air.
Bohn is actually flying Southwest because he's got baggage. BOOM! I said it
Its all about ball bearings these days...
Manure spreader jackknifed on the Santa Ana, God awful mess.
I always ask him, you doin' some stunt flyin?!!
He just gives me that look, you know, he's got that look.
Wooooccchhhh, you should see my shoes!
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