Donna Blue Aircraft

By Deane Barker on October 9, 2007

Donna Blue Aircraft: Are you interested in what a CIA front Web site looks like? Look no further than Donna Blue Aircraft.

we are in this business over 20 years, attending South, North and Central america, with outstanding service, we are today most trusted company in this market. our customer loyality make us different.

A little, underwhelming, for an organization the size of the CIA, don’t you think?

According to this article, Donna Blue is a company front for the CIA which exists to hold aircraft registrations for planes which have a tendency to crash in Central America with large amounts of cocaine on-board.

The article is very interesting for spy junkies, but I’m just interested in the Web site angle of it. Who knew that Web site development could be considered sloppy tradecraft? I mean, this thing is so bad it could probably blow an operation in and of itself. If someone was doing background checks on Donna Blue, I have to think this site would work against them

You know, if the CIA needs better fake Web sites set up for their front companies, I know a good company that does this type of thing.



  1. Nice, I like. Look at the Testimonials page: ‘ “I wanted to write to thank you for your great customer service. I was able to get great information and great products for a great price. What more could you ask for!” John Doe San Francisco, CA ‘

    I mean honestly? john doe? are they even trying?

    If you come back in a week I bet the site will be gone (and so will Deane :/

  2. Because I’m so busy at work: I googled the address “3375 Edison Way, Menlo Park CA” and discovered that DonnaBlue shares its address with “Wooden Spoon Bakery”. Should I go for a load of coke or a tasty pastry???

  3. There are all kinds of websites out there that fairly scream out that they are not what they purport to be. It’s a dead giveaway. Any time you read something written in Internet Bubble Babble and can’t find a way to actually buy and good or service on that site, it’s bogus. Someone at this company (, for example, was reading my personal website a few days ago, according to my logs. And I have reason to believe that it is a front company.

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