Biden Regularly Flies Illegal Immigrant Minors to Pennsylvania Airport, Including on Christmas Day: ‘Ghost Flights’

Hundreds of migrants have been brought to Pennsylvania’s Wilkes-Barre Scranton International Airport and bussed to unknown destinations by the Biden administration.

QUICK FACTS:
  • GOP lawmakers are drawing attention to hundreds of illegal immigrant minors who have been flown to the Wilkes-Barre Scranton International Airport in Pennsylvania and bussed to other locations, according to National File.
  • The Biden administration did not make information about the transfers, which have been classified as “ghost flights.”
  • The president of Aviation Technologies Inc., Jim Gallagher—the airport’s fix operator—confirmed that the flights were indeed landing at his location, according to The Morning Call.
  • According to Gallagher, the flights originated in Texas and made stops in Cincinnati, in some cases.
  • All four of the flights were designated as “ICE FLIGHTS,” using Boeing 737s that hold about 130 passengers, according to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport Executive Director Carl Beardsley
MORE FLIGHT DETAILS: 
  • The flights chartered by the Biden administration began to land on Dec. 11 and were diverted from New York, according to the airport’s fix operator.
  • The second flight was on Dec. 17, and two more flights came in on Christmas Day.
  • Gallagher observed that the plane’s occupants were almost, or entirely, made up of young people who did not speak English.
  • After disembarking, the passengers were loaded onto buses that were brought to the airport hangars.
  • The airport staff said the charter companies involved were KaiserAir, iAero, and World Atlantic Airlines.
BACKGROUND:
  • Americans have been up in arms about the Biden administration “dumping illegal migrants” at locations around the nation for months, MSN News reports.
  • Immigration Reform reported that as early as May of 2021 illegal aliens were being flown across the nation using covert charters.