GM Doesn't Want You Tracking Its Private Jet

Automaker asks feds to block public tracking of plane leased for execs
By Will McCahill,  Newser Staff
Posted Nov 27, 2008 3:05 PM CST

General Motors doesn’t want the public tracking a private jet used by its executives, Bloomberg reports, asking the Federal Aviation Administration to block it from its public service. “We availed ourselves of the option as others do to have the aircraft removed,” said a GM spokesman, though he didn’t say why the automaker, blasted on Capitol Hill for using the planes, took the step.
(More General Motors stories.)

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