"The views expressed by others are not necessarily shared by Colin Andrews personally. All perspectives are respected"                    
At 11.47 am on 19th April, 2016 a large four engined jet aircraft came into sight
approaching our house in North Guilford, CT. I estimate it was at around approx
20, 000 feet. It was travelling on a straight course south to north, probably from
one of the major New York airports on route to Europe or beyond.  This was not
particularly unusual; we see aircraft on this routing every day.
Contrail and Chemtrail from the same plane?
An odd sighting
Posted April 21, 2016
By Colin Andrews
See photo 01 – This was the first photograph I
took showing the four trails. These photos are
Taken in various degrees of zoom, using a high
quality Canon 100x600mm lens
. . . . . .
As it progressed quickly across the sky I noticed
something Ive never seen before, the four
vapor trails condensing behind the four
engines, were separating into two different
trails. Visually and physically they looked
different and began behaving different to each
See photo 02
. . . . . . .
I zoomed in to full 600mm extent of the lens to
capture photo 03
. . . . . . .
My mind was posing the question, if chemtrails
and contrails are definitely different with two
explanations, that they have only in my
experience been associated with separate
aircraft in different conditions and the
arguments and controversy surround them. I
had never seen both from the same aircraft
simultaneously. But that appeared to be what I
was looking at.  So next decided to try and
identify the markings on this aircraft as it
passed beyond overhead and heading away at
a great speed of knots.  

See photo 04
. . . . . . . .
By enlarging the next photograph I took, even
when it was still in the camera, I could make out
the letter under the fuselage to read ‘Emerates’
but I could not decipher the letters under the left
wing but could make out that there were two
blocks of two and three separated by a dash.
See photo 05
. . . . . . . .
I was taken by the speed that the long lasting
trail was expanding and spreading more thinly
across the sky.

See close up of spread at its early stage.  

Photo 06
. . . . .
Then something else happened that I don’t
recall ever seeing (keep in mind I consider
myself an amateur meteorologist, having
studied the weather since I was a kid). First a
series of small cumulus clouds began forming at
a level I would guess, several thousands of feet
under the remaining thinly spread veil from the
mysterious trail.  I took my first of six
photographs with lens as wide as it would go,
that being 100mm and without changing the
zoom, took six shots, ten seconds apart. I was
astounded how fast the clouds enlarged and
again spread as they grew, as if seeded in
favorable conditions.

See photos 07/08/09/10/11/12
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I do believe that this incident is different to
normal aircraft vapor trails but as always I am
open to being convinced differently.  Can
anyone explain why and how a conventional
aircraft would create two strikingly different
vapor/chemtrails while the same engines, same
aircraft and in the same environmental
conditions traversed the sky?

I have carried out extensive research into
weather modification projects and unexplained
radar returns across Australia and I persisted
with questions to the Australian Government
until they admitted contracts had been drawn up
with companies carrying out weather
modification programs.  It is not my intension to
proceed with this particular incident but am
curious to theories and will happily supply the
original high definition photographs to anyone
who wants to pursue the research.
Additional Notes:

Emirates (Arabic: طَيَران الإمارات‎ DMG: Ṭayarān Al-Imārāt) is an airline based in Dubai, United Arab
Emirates. The airline is a subsidiary of The Emirates Group, which is wholly owned by the
government of Dubai's Investment Corporation of Dubai.[3] It is the largest airline in the Middle East,
operating over 3,300 flights per week from its hub at Dubai International Airport, to more than 148
cities in 78 countries across six continents.[4] Cargo activities are undertaken by Emirates

Emirates is the world’s third largest international carrier by scheduled passenger-kilometres
flown,[6] the seventh largest airline in the world in terms of revenue, and the largest airline in the
Middle East in terms of revenue, fleet size, and passengers carried.[7] The airline is also the fourth-
largest airline in the world in terms of international passengers carried.[8] Emirates launched the
longest non-stop commercial flight from Dubai to Auckland on March 1, 2016.

During the mid-1980s, Gulf Air began to cut back its services to Dubai. As a result, Emirates was
conceived in March 1985 with backing from Dubai's royal family, with Pakistan International Airlines
providing two of the airline's first aircraft on wet-lease. With $10 million in start-up capital it was
required to operate independently of government subsidy. Pakistan International Airlines provided
training facilities to Emirates' cabin crew in its academy. The airline was headed by Ahmed bin
Saeed Al Maktoum, the airline's present chairman. In the years following its founding, the airline
expanded both its fleet and its destinations. In October 2008, Emirates moved all operations at
Dubai International Airport to Terminal 3.[9]

Emirates operates a mixed fleet of Airbus and Boeing wide-body aircraft and is one of the few
airlines to operate an all-wide-body aircraft fleet. Emirates has orders for 140 Airbus A380s and is
the largest A380 operator.
Aircraft in Emerates Fleet
Emerates is largest operator of thre
worlds largest passenger jet.
The Airbus A380
Emerates logo is its name and this is painted on red
background under the fuselage.
Left to right, photographs #7 to #12, taken in a sequence, 10 seconds appart as a series of small cumulus clouds formed and enlarged rapidly as if seeded?
Photos # 11 and 12 were the last taken, The extent of growth can be seen between
# 7 and 12 just 50 seconds later.
# 01  
#04 (Clear markings after adjusting
contrast in Photoshop
Please contact Colin here or on
Facebook with ideas or a desire to
pursue the research.
April 22, 2016
(Bottom left)
April 22, 2016

EMIRATES aircraft
Attempted Inquiry to Emirates via their website.
My Details:
This is not a complaint as indicated but a technical inquiry
that might be important to Emirates technicians. I am a well
known International Researcher who lives in North Guilford,
I observed material ejecting or condensing from the left
hand engine/s of one of your aircraft as it flew over my home
at 11.47 am on Tuesday 19th April, 2016.  The vapor trail
from the left hand engines was different in texture
appearance and behavior than the right hand engines,
which seemed normal.  The right hand vapor trails
dissipated normally, while the left did not and expanded but
more alarmingly, more closely resembled smoke than normal
exhaust vapor.  I took photographs and am happy to make
them available to your technical people. I was able to identify
your ownership of the craft using a 600mm lens. I would like
to know please, what explanation you can give for this
phenomenon. ?  Thank you
My Website Page.

CA: I tried to send my inquiry from Emirates website but they
emand your ticket number and flight number to submit –
with none I could give, the inquiry was rejected.

I telephoned a number given for US New York office: 1-800-
777-3999 and they listened to my inquirey regards material
ejecting from the two left engines of one of their aircraft – I
gave date/time location details and was immediately given:  
1-212 (New York)-754-6500 Ext 229.

The person picking up asked very pointed questions to
heavily filter to enable
her to assess who I was and why I
was calling this number. I was asked for the executive
officers name???  I didn’t have one and explained how I
reached this number.  The person said that they used to
represent Emirates but they did not have a number now and
didn’t know what to do.

I left it there. It was obvious that the run-around was

It was going to be much easier to obtain a ticket on their
flights than to inform them that unknown material was being
ejected from two engines on an one of their passenger
Perhaps best next time call 911 if you see this
again, that s
hould at least get immediate large scale
.!!!! - joke - please dont.