St. Lucia Airways
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- "... St. Lucia Airways, a frequent flier for Ollie North's Hawk missile deliveries to Iran. After a C-130 belonging to St. Lucia's former owner crashed in 1991 in Luanda, Angola, killing a congressman's nephew, things really began to unravel." 
- "St. Lucia Airways, although denying it, has been conclusively tied to the Iran operations, as well as to operations in Angola and the Congo (Zaire)." 
- "The CIA's air branch suggested a propreitary which did clandestine work for the agency—St. Lucia Airways. North arranged for St. lucia to provide two Boeing 707s. They were able to carry HAWK antiaircraft missile to Israel, where the HAWKS were transferred to Israeli planes fro [sic] transit to Iran." 
According to namebase.org, St. Lucia Airways is associated with:
Related SourceWatch Resources
- Hull-loss description: St. Lucia Airways, October 23, 1980: "de Havilland DH-114 Heron 1B"; Registration: J6-LBC; C/n / msn: 14047; Year built: 1954: "Damaged beyond repair by hurricane 'Allen'." posted by AviationSafety Network.
- St. Lucia Airways in namebase.org.
Articles & Commentary
- Pete Brewton, Excerpt: "The Mafia, CIA and George Bush," SPI Books, NY 1992, ISBN 1561712035. Pages 209-210 and 224-227.
- "The Covert Tree Agency," Washington Free Press, December 1993.
- Kevin A. O'Brien, "Interfering With Civil Society: CIA and KGB Covert Political Action during the Cold War," International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 8:4 (Winter 1995): 431-456.
- Robert Parry, "The CIA Protects the Iran-Contra Cover-up," The Consortium, 1997.
- Michael Sweeney, "CIA Proprietaries, CIA Infiltrated or Influenced Organizations, and CIA Contractors," totse.com, January 15, 1997.
- "The Complete Aircraft Register of Surinam," last updated April 5, 2006: "PZ-TCF De Havilland Canada DHC.6-300 Twin Otter, 660 11.01.1980 rgd Surinam Airways, 00.10.1983 to St Lucia Airways." Note: "The PZ-prefix was assigned to Surinam in 1929, but only after the Second World War the first aircraft were registered in the PZ-register. In 1975 Surinam became independent of the Netherlands, the PZ-register remained in use."
- Robert Parry, "Weinberger, Bushes & Iran-Contra," consortiumnews.com, March 29, 2006.
- BooMan, "Why Curt Weldon is Batshit Crazy," Booman Tribune, May 1, 2006.