The mayor of Atlanta ordered the grounding and suspension of all flights coming in and out of the airport as the power was restored.
However, the thinkers at 4chan think there is more to it. Apparently just one plane was strangely given the ability to leave the airport during the outage.
The plane, 4X-ICB, is apparently a cargo plane that came to Atlanta from Mexico City, Mexico at 1:00 pm, just a few minutes after the power outage began.
About 6 and a half hours later at 6:27 PM, in the dead center of the blackout that lasted until about midnight, the plane mysteriously left.
According to Squawker:
The cargo plane in question is owned by Cal Cargo Airlines. A Jewish owned company based out of Israel who specializes in the transportation of nonstandard cargo such as, live animals and dangerous goods.
The company’s leadership also has clear connections to the Israeli government. This includes it’s Vice Chairman Muli Ravini, who previously served as Assistant to the Director General at the Ministry of Finance in Israel.
Cal Airlines owns another business titled LACHS. It’s a company that does its business at the airport in Atlanta, offloading and loading cargo planes.
They even brag about the ability to load and unload planes without a customs agent present: does that mean only the companies’ employees saw what was inside the plane that left during the blackout?
Continuing from Squawker:
“So to sum this up so far. An unprecedented power outage occurs at the busiest airport in the world. Despite the airport having backup generators for just this occasion that mysteriously somehow went out at the same time. Minutes before the blackout, a cargo plane from Mexico City arrives at the airport. Due to a special customs arrangement, it is not boarded by security or customs officials. Then approximately 5 hours later, despite all flight having been ordered grounded by both the cities mayor and the FAA, the flight leaves for its next destination.”
More theories about what this could have been come from 4chan:
It’s inspiring that some people have the critical thinking skills left to take apart events like this: salute to 4chan.