Mysterious Disappearance of Gulfstream Jet After Takeoff Triggers Major Search

Canouan Jet Port

A Gulfstream aircraft, registration number N337LR, has gone missing after departing from Canouan Airport (CIW) on Friday afternoon. The aircraft, carrying three passengers and a pilot, lost contact with the control tower just minutes after takeoff, at 2:33 p.m.

The pilot, whose personal details remain unknown, was expected to land in Canouan at 4:27 p.m. The sudden and unexplained loss of contact, without any distress signal or subsequent radar detection, has prompted an urgent response. The aircraft was reportedly fueled for 4 hours, with an airtime of 2 hours.

Neighboring countries, including Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago, St. Lucia, Grenada, and Martinique, have been notified and are on high alert. In an immediate response to the situation, the AIA Control Tower coordinated with the SVG Coast Guard to initiate search operations, dispatching aircraft to scan for possible debris. The disappearance of the aircraft has triggered a comprehensive search and rescue mission in the region.

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