Re: Query from The New Yorker
Chichakli R 18
Thank you for your message, and here are the answers.
1- The split was the result of Sergey refusal to go to South Africa; he wanted to stay in Sharjah and that was not subject to discussion. Among other, the main underlyingreasons behind Sergey’s refusal were three:
FINANCIAL CONCERNS: Sergey, an older brother, saw the results of Victor’s attempt to move to Europe (Belgium) and which was orchestrated byRonald DeSmet. The move resulted in an unbelievable disruption of then flourishing business in UAE, losses in the millions, and worst of all the initiation of aircess into the UN reports after Desmet accepted a contract to ship a transport helicopter MI-8 to Ruprah’s mining operation in the Congo.
DISTRUST OF THE ORCHESTRATORS: Sergey discontent with the influence of Herredine, De Smet, and Ward on Victor and the financial positionof the Business. Victor, then just 30 years old without any knowledge or experience in business as it is known in the west, he was trying to act as if he was aseasoned international airline. Perhaps Aircess ranking second after Lufthansa in 1997 and 1998 made him think that he could be a Lufthansa of some sort, or at least act as if he was as I heard DeSmet saying it. Victor was indeed recklessly wasting money on worthless ventures that kept coming via Desmet andHerridine; Metavia Airlines was ventured throgh Herridine and CenterAfrica Airline was ventured by DeSmet for example, and both were nothing more than ascam wich caused losses in millions of dollars. Sergey never trusted and never liked any of these characters among few other whom were feeding from Victor lack of expeience.
FAMILY CONCERNS AND DISTANCE FROM RUSSIA: Family concerns related to the relation between the bothers, and more important the wivesof Sergey and Victor were also factors in formulating Sergey’s adamant refusal to the Move to South Africa. I will not talk about the family matter, but beingnot too distant from Russia is very important to Sergey who; notably, did not speak English then.
In regards to Victor “came back to UAE” that is misunderstanding. The operation in South Africa came to an abrupt closer upon becoming insolvent in 2000; thus, causingVictor to run out of the country as the formerly unknown terms to him such as “receivership” and “foreclosure” were imminent to be heard. He landed I UAE fromJohannesburg and in few days was on his way to Russia as his ban from UAE along with the order to close Aircess came into effect with the start of the year 2001.
After the Split there were more than two Aircess as illustrated by the chart on the website. Aircess in Sharjah was then no longer part of Victor’s business – it is anindependent company run by Sergey with Sergey’ staff and systems. Victor’s business was at that point managed by DeSmet and Ward with Herridine in control of theaircraft registration and everything related to it. I think using a statement such as “there were two aircess” should not be used because that is ambiguous. There was Aircess Swaziland, Aircess EQG, Aircess Gibraltar, etc. Having a clear distinction between the two brother is essential for presenting the facts. Simply think about thefact that there are 52 BinLaden brothers and sisters but our concern is just one of them; thus, I wonder why that is not applied to matter of the Bout brothers? MixingSergey’s business in UAE with those of Victor is the reason Sergey is having problem!
Concerning Herridine, I never saw him or spoke to him, so I certainly do not have any contact with him nor ever had.
2- Airbas started subcontracting for the US forces late 2002; at least one year after 9/11 if not more. The commodities transported in addition to people (live or dead)were supplies, food, spare parts, and matter of that nature. By doctrine, the United States does not transport ordinance or arms on civilian aircraft if that what you werelooking for.
3- Airbas was liquidated and closed in 2004 and the company was further banned and ordered closed in the UAE at the same time at the orders of the United States. Thesanction in 2005 resulted in freezing the company’s residual account were the liquidation of any outstanding assets or liabilities should be resolved, for example the taxrefund received in March 2005 has deposited there.
That being said, please keep in mind that it is possible that the US government may have falsified records to show operations in the name of Airbass for one reason or another. If you find that odd, watch the videos I posted on YOUTUBE which shows falsified records of bank accounts that were established in my name in US bank AFTERI was sanctioned by OFAC – and that is impossible because entering my name or SS number will immediately trigger an alarm in any bank, and also a set on flightsallegedly conducted by Aircess in 2010 – also impossible as aircess “call sign” was abolished by ICAO in 2001.You see Youtube videos here on US Bank:http://youtu.be/vXEM6zTS4UYand on Aircess alleged flights:http://youtu.be/q5aX5hPoSJkIf you need a copy of the
documents shown in the videos they are available for download fromhttp://www.chichakli.com/Docoments.htm
Bottom line, Airbas was denied access into Iraq and Afghanistan early 2004as you can see from the official pentagon documents – See NOTAM ordering ban of fuel here:http://airbas.net/airbas_notam.htm
and accordingly there were no flights into/out off any of these countries or any US bases anywhere after that point.
Hope that answers your questions.
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