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AHAHAH DO IT BRO YOU GOT IT THESE OTHER ANSWERS ARE JUST HATERS AND LOSERS


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Think about how your question is fundamentally different from this one: If you have friend in the USA that owns a lot of land that is suitable for landing a plane, and you own a private jet with 2 pilots in Colombia, can you takeoff in private property without notifying anybody on what you have on the plane and where you are going or anything like that ...


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In general*, any time people or cargo enter another country, they must do so at a designated Port of Entry, i.e. where customs and immigration officers are stationed. This is true regardless of whether traveling by land, sea or air. Trying to enter other than at a PoE is usually a serious crime, and in the case of flying without a proper flight plan, may ...


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Yes, it is possible to land an airplane in the US at a private airport when you have taken off from a foreign airport. No, you may not do it legally. Doing this is a federal crime. Since you are smuggling something, you may not care about the legality. When you are eventually caught, you will go to prison. Your assets will be confiscated by and forfeited ...


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I'm certain there will be problems with this, because this is very much the way smugglers move goods across a border without letting customs authorities inspect it. If you cross from international airspace to American, without a flight plan, at the very least you'll be directed to land at a recognized airport for customs, and if you don't respond to ...


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No, you would need to arrange for customs as you are crossing an international border.


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If for no other reason, its likely because there is a practical maximum descent speed for a given airframe and aircraft must be able to descend from their maximum cruising altitude to 10,000 ft. in 10 minutes or less. Although under part 135 (how many of these planes are likely flown) the regulations have a few variations you can have less oxygen on board if ...


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Something like this actually did happen in 1994, although it was a cargo aircraft and not private: FedEx 705 A soon to be fired FedEx employee riding on a cargo DC10 tried to take over the flight and kill the flight crew by attacking them with a hammer and a speargun, so he could crash the plane. Being a cargo flight with only company employees on board, ...


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Money prevents the hijacking. Hijackers generally can’t afford to charter a private jet like the one shown. And, people with the money to be able to afford that type of flight can afford to go wherever they want on a regular airline flight anyway. If the passenger is the pilot’s boss, and the boss says to change the destination mid-flight, it’s not ...


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