Photo published with kind permission of Fred Seggie.
Known Rendition Circuits
- December 2001: Mohamed el-Zery and Ahmed Agiza, Sweden to Egypt
- January 2002: Mohammed Saad Iqbal Madni, Indonesia to Egypt (via Diego Garcia)
- February 2002: Ali al-Hajj al-Sharqawi, Afghanistan to Jordan (possible)
- April 2002: Mohammed Saad Iqbal Madni and Mamdouh Habib, Egypt to Afghanistan (via Uzbekistan)
- May 2002: Abou Elkassim Britel, Pakistan to Morocco
- July 2002: Binyam Mohamed and two others, Pakistan to Morocco
- September 2002: Unidentified detainee (Southeast Asia to Egypt or Morocco, via Diego Garcia), and then Ramzi bin al-Shibh and Hassan bin Attash (Afghanistan to Jordan and/or Morocco)
- November 2002: Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, Afghanistan to Thailand (possible)
- December 2002: Bisher al-Rawi and Jamil el-Banna, The Gambia to Afghanistan (via Egypt)
- February 2003: Ramzi bin al-Shibh, Morocco to Poland (possible)
- March 2003: Khaled Sheikh Mohammed, Afghanistan to Poland
- June 2003: Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri and Ramzi bin al-Shibh, Poland to Morocco
- October 2003: Mohamed Farag Ahmad Bashmilah, Jordan to Afghanistan
- January 2004: Khaled al-Maqtari, Iraq to Afganistan
- March 2004: Gouled Hassan Dourad, Djibouti to Afghanistan, Morocco or Guantanamo Bay (possible)
Owning Companies associated with this aircraft
- Bayard Foreign Marketing
- Premier Executive Transport Services
Operating Companies associated with this aircraft
Trip Planning Companies associated with this aircraft
- Jeppesen Dataplan
N379P was a CIA-owned Gulfstream V executive jet. It can be linked to 15 rendition circuits between December 2003 and March 2004, often involving the renditions of more than one person, as well as more than one rendition operation per circuit.
At the time of each of the renditions involving the aircraft, it was operated by Premier Executive Transport Services, a CIA shell company, and was registered to Aerocontractors, a nominally independent company that worked exclusively for the CIA. The aircraft was re-registered in December 2003 with tail number N8068V, although it continued to be operated by Premier Executive Transport Services.
Trip planning services for a number of the renditions carried out using this aircraft were provided be Jeppesen Dataplan, a subsidiary of Boeing Inc.
In December 2004, ownership of the aircraft changed and the aircraft was registered as N44982 with Bayard Foreign Marketing LLC. It was re-registered again in January 2006 as N126CH, before being exported to Australia in August that year.
Type of aircraft: Gulfstream Aerospace G-V
Serial number: 581
Manufacture year: 1999
Engines: BMW Rolls BR 700 Series (tubo-fan)