Saturday, February 12, 2022

Dassault Falcon 900, N900YB: Incident occurred February 08, 2022 at Wilmington International Airport (KILM), New Hanover County, North Carolina

Federal Aviation Administration / Flight Standards District Office; Greensboro, North Carolina

Aircraft landed and reported a fire, pilot extinguished the fire and the fire reported to be from the electrical components of the seat. 

RLL Aviation LLC


Date: 08-FEB-22
Time: 00:50:00Z
Regis#: N900YB
Aircraft Make: DASSAULT
Aircraft Model: FALCON 900
Event Type: INCIDENT
Highest Injury: NONE
Aircraft Missing: No
Damage: UNKNOWN
Activity: UNKNOWN
Flight Phase: LANDING (LDG)
Operation: 91
City: WILMINGTON
State: NORTH CAROLINA

2 comments:

  1. Reditus Labs bought this with tax payer COVID money, and now after fraud charges, CEO arrested and charged. He also bought N511BX a few months later.

    https://www.wglt.org/local-news/2022-03-23/records-show-reditus-ceo-amassed-a-fleet-of-luxury-vehicles-and-2-private-planes

    "Records show Reditus CEO amassed a fleet of luxury vehicles and 2 private planes
    WGLT | By Ryan Denham
    Published March 23, 2022 at 12:12 PM CDT
    This is a photo of a Mystere Falcon 900 jet, tail number N900YB, that's registered Pekin-based RLL Aviation LLC, according to FAA records. That's one of Aaron Rossi's company, state records show.
    The owner of a lab that made hundreds of millions of dollars in taxpayer money for running COVID-19 tests has amassed a fleet of luxury cars and at least two private planes, WGLT has learned.

    Aaron Rossi of Bloomington is CEO at Reditus Labs in Pekin. Rossi was recently indicted on federal tax fraud charges and faces a lawsuit from a business partner who accuses Rossi of “pillaging” Reditus to fund a “nouveau riche over-the-top lifestyle,” court records show.

    Rossi’s vehicle collection certainly points to a spending spree.

    There are 28 vehicles registered in Rossi’s name or that of his company, AJR MD Consulting, according to state records obtained by WGLT through the Freedom of Information Act. That includes six Porsches, six BMWs, two Mercedes-Benzes, a Ferrari, and a Tesla, records show. Almost all of them are model years 2020, 2021, or 2022, suggesting they were purchased recently." .......

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  2. Same owner also owns another falcon 7x N999PN

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