Paper shows U.S.-flagged plane in Iran has ties to Ghana


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None of these other companies, the actual entities flying the plane, appear on the trust document.

Such opacity troubles some American law enforcement officials, according to several people with direct knowledge of the matter. The fear, these people say, is that the trust arrangements could enable questionable actors to quietly lease private planes. While the F.A.A. says it knows the actual owners of every aircraft, the trust structure can enable a tenuous chain, with one operator leasing the plane to another company, and another, with the details far from public view.

Former federal officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said they believed that the plane has been used to transport President Mahama before. They based that conjecture partly on the plane’s known itineraries from photos posted online.

One image captured the plane flying to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, where President Mahama spoke in September. The Ghanaian president was also in London last October when the aircraft was spotted leaving there for Accra.

The aircraft has changed hands several times, according to contracts reviewed by The Times. They provide a family tree of sorts, showing the plane was made by the Canadian company, Bombardier, in 2000. From there, it was leased to a German travel company, and later by a shipping company executive.

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