Illicit assumption: Airplane, A Gulfstream III, registration N42FL, has been set on fire and destroyed by Guatemalan law enforcement.

Airplane set on fire due to the drug traffic assumption.

An incinerated aircraft.
On the evening of 4 November 2021 a Gulfstream III, registration N42FL, illegally entered Guatemalan airspace and landed on an illegal landing strip near Victoria 3, Retalhuleu.
The plane was secured by Guatemalan law enforcement officers but no drugs were found. On 5 November 2021 the airplane was set on fire and destroyed by Guatemalan law enforcement officers to make it unfit for further use.

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The aircraft was tracked by Flightradar24 departing Aruba-Reina Beatrix Airport (AUA) on November 4, about 20:30 UTC, with Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands as the planned destination.

One day later, The result of inter-institutional work between the Guatemalan Army and the Public Minister in different departments, the seizure of drugs is reported in two places, an eradicated coca leaf plantation and an incinerated aircraft. The illicit plane (assumption) has been set on fire and destroyed by Guatemalan law enforcement.

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