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    Hello everyone, I recently took a picture of N139CC and when I trying to upload it, I found it's registered under an owner named "WILMINGTON TRUST CO TRUSTEE". So I added a new airline called "Wilmington Trust" and being rejected. Besides, I found an introduction page of this company: https://prijet.com/owner/WILMINGTON%...20CO%20TRUSTEE . It seems they have quite a lot of planes though. So I am wondering should I just add a new airline named "Wilmington Trust Co Trustee" or just fill as "private"? Thanks in advance.

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    Hi !!! "WILMINGTON TRUST CO TRUSTEE" Its a leasing company not an airline, most of their fleet fall under "Private" unless they are leased by a proper airline....

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Anatal View Post
      Hi !!! "WILMINGTON TRUST CO TRUSTEE" Its a leasing company not an airline, most of their fleet fall under "Private" unless they are leased by a proper airline....
      Got it! Thanks!

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      • #4
        During my Alaska trips I noticed that many planes are having auch a operator in the FAA database. Also ver small props like a C172 oder a Piper. You also often find there kind of banks or maybe company’s giving credits. Even its clear they are used private I think these company’s are in the system due any laws or other local reasons. But in our photo world its a private plane...

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        • #5
          Originally posted by StefBrat View Post
          During my Alaska trips I noticed that many planes are having auch a operator in the FAA database. Also ver small props like a C172 oder a Piper. You also often find there kind of banks or maybe company’s giving credits. Even its clear they are used private I think these company’s are in the system due any laws or other local reasons. But in our photo world its a private plane...
          Thanks for answering and explaining! Appreciate!

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