Jack Sweeney, 19, angry with Elon Musk for tracking his jet, says he started the latest Twitter accounts after receiving multiple requests to track down planes of Russia’s oligarchs following the invasion of Ukraine.
After gaining internet fame – and attracting the ire of the world’s richest man – with his viral Twitter account “Elon Jett”, Sweeney is now tracking the planes of some of Russia’s richest people as they soar. come under international pressure. Country’s invasion of Ukraine.
— Jack Sweeney (@JxckSweeney) February 27, 2022
While the 19-year-old is hardly the only person to offer such services, what makes Sweeney’s accounts so unique is their easy accessibility and the fascinating window they offer into the lives of today’s billionaires. Colby Howard, president of Paragon Intel — which provides corporate aviation intelligence through its product JetTrack — told Bloomberg that Sweeney’s Twitter accounts are the “People Magazine version” of corporate aviation intelligence.
“People are more obsessed with money than ever before. It’s almost a form of paparazzi, so it’s popular,” Howard said.
Sweeney, for his part, says he began the accounts after receiving multiple requests to track down the planes of Russia’s oligarchs. Using a list of planes being tracked by a blog called “Radar Spots,” the teen was able to quickly set up another Twitter account. In just a few days, it has garnered more than 53,000 followers.
“The planes of these oligarchs are absolutely insane, given that Russia’s richest people were traveling on commercial-sized planes like the Airbus A319 and Boeing 737,” Sweeney told Bloomberg. are very big.”
The Russian oligarch Jets account tracks various aircraft from helicopters, private jets and commercial-sized airplanes, including those owned by Vladimir Potanin – Russia’s richest man – Chelsea football club owner Roman Abramovich and steel billionaire Alexander Abramov.
Roman Abramovich’s helicopter M-Sola takes off near Charlestown, (Assigned), KN. pic.twitter.com/o7UiWeK018
— Russian Oligarch Jets (@RUOligarchJets) February 28, 2022
Eugene Schweidler’s Jet LX-Fly landed in Teterboro, New Jersey, USA. pic.twitter.com/t5Ngmbx7p3
— Russian Oligarch Jets (@RUOligarchJets) February 27, 2022
While it may be tempting for the average person to see that Russian oligarchs are jet setting up next, Paragon’s Howard notes that it doesn’t include information to refer to flights—such as who might be on the flights. has or has historical significance for intelligence officers or investors will need movement and other information to make important decisions.
“A jet flying through Miami that knows what doesn’t make sense. It doesn’t tell you what information matters and what context you need to make a decision,” Howard said.
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