The Judiciary Police (PJ) will monitor the movements of aircraft and passengers arriving and leaving the Tires Aerodrome 24 hours a day.
The information was advanced by the Morning mail, who spoke with the Mayor of Cascais, Carlos Carreiras, who stated that there is already an agreement with the direction of the Judicial Police (PJ) for the provision of a space at the Tires Aerodrome.
According to the mayor, the objective is to form a team of inspectors from the PJ who, for 24 hours a day, watch the movements of aircraft and passengers arriving and leaving the aerodrome.
“It was about conversations prior to the discovery of the Falcon 900 B plane case”, Explained Carlos Carreiras, referring to the airplane process followed by João Loureiro, former president of Boavista, who is apprehended in Salvador, Brazil, for carrying 587 kilograms of cocaine in the fuselage.
The aircraft would have Tires as its destination, but contemplated stopovers in Cape Verde and Toulouse, in France. However, the flight plan will have been failed by ANAC – National Civil Aviation Authority.
According to the CM, or Falcon 900 B had already passed the aerodrome in the municipality of Cascais. At least once, he underwent an x-ray check for drug detection, which produced no results.
According to Carlos Carreiras, the aerodrome currently has non-permanent surveillance by the PJ, PSP (Public Security Police) and the Foreigners and Borders Service (SEF). However, the idea will be to give the PJ a space by the company Cascais Dinâmica so that there are always inspectors monitoring the flights.
The date for the start of this permanent surveillance work has yet to be decided.
This case caused controversy in Portugal after it was reported that the former president of Boavista Futebol Clube, João Loureiro, was one of the passengers of the plane bound for Portugal that was held on February 9 at the airport in Bahia, after being found half a ton of cocaine in the fuselage.
The Brazilian Federal Police stated that “everyone is suspect”And that he is doing analyzes to discover the origin of the drug and expertise on mobile phones, including Loureiro’s.
The former president of Boavista said he had never met a Spanish citizen of Algerian descent. Mansur H. before sharing the private jet between Tires aerodrome, in Cascais, and Salvador da Bahia.
The plane was chartered by Mansur H., who presents himself as an aeronautical engineer, and, according to the morning man, will be in the sights of the authorities for links to international drug trafficking.
The Federal Police and the PJ believe that the 578 kilos of cocaine seized on board the private jet belonged to the former major’s drug trafficking network Sérgio de Carvalho, known as the “Brazilian Escobar”.