Anna Nicole Smith's final flight?


#1

Could this have been it?

flightaware.com/live/flight/N601 … /KMIA/MYNN


#2

My coworker, who watched every second of the coverage, said that the flight took off around 7am ET, so this is probably it:

flightaware.com/live/flight/N722 … /KMIA/MYNN


#3

The aircraft shown on tv when they were loading the casket was a turbo prop of some sort. I tried to get the N # but could not.


#4

If it was a turbo-prop, did it look like this?

If so, then THIS probably would’ve been the flight. It’s the only turbo-prop showing in a search between MIA and MYNN between 7:00 and 9:00 AM this morning.


#5

The tail # is N851BC. I saw it for about 2 whole minutes on Entertainment Tonight (I swear to God, my wife was the one watching it.) Interestingly, however, the a/c flight history ends on March 1st. I’m ABSOLUTELY POSITIVE of the tail #.


#6

Agreed. Just did the same check.! And I too saw this plane as my wife watched ET.

Either it was just a prop for the cameras or it flew VFR.


#7

N851BC is owned by IBC, so it would be flying as CSQxxx


#8

flightaware.com/live/flight/CSQ107

Like this one??


#9

Perhaps, but they have regular flights to MYNN, so who knows if that was the actual flight or not.


#10

If it was N851BC, one of the Miami area freight haulers - that would be a sad way to go for the starry eyed girl (in with the cargo) but it does at least have a freight door capable of getting a casket through whereas a Galaxy and/or Lear 60 in standard config do not.

IN (UK)


#11

IBC has two pax aircraft, N851BC and N767FA. I can’t speak for 851, but 767 is a very nice airplane, even though it is still a Metro. Being that it has that big cargo door, it would be perfect for hauling a casket. Although perhaps one of those AN-12’s out of OPF would have been more fitting for her…lol


#12

The actual flight was

flightaware.com/live/flight/CSQ401

I live here in Broward and was subjected to the 24 hour coverage. :unamused: