Comco is the de facto name of an American company operating two Boeing 757 aircraft. One aircraft is painted completely white with the word Comco appearing on the tail while the other is mostly white, with no visible markings on the outside aside from a paint design on the tail and parts of the fuselage. Little is known about the exact nature of their operation, but they are believed to operate on behalf of the United States Department of Defense. Some sources, including the FAA registry, list defense contractor L-3 Communications (or more specifically L-3 Capital LLC) as the owner of the aircraft.
Incidents and accidents
In 2003, one of the Comco aircraft was forced to land after being intercepted by aircraft from the Indian Air Force, after it had strayed into Indian airspace by mistake on a flight from Karachi to Malé.
- Planespotters.net - Comco fleet information, page retrieved 5 February 2009.
- FAA online aircraft register, checked February 5, 2009.
- Booth, Robert (1 November 2009). "'Torture flight' plane spotted in Birmingham". The Guardian. Guardian Media Group. Retrieved 14 November 2018.
- "India Forces Cargo Plane to Land". 3 February 2003. Retrieved 14 November 2018.
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