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Originally posted by thedman
They said they have no proof of this and in all except f93 (which strangely mmultiple passenger reports of only 3 hijackers when there are really 4) that all of the hijackers were accounted for outside of the cockpit before takeovers.
The reason for the difference in number of hijackers was that the
designated pilot would be sitting in row directly behind cockpit - he would
not engage in any of the rough stuff. Would wait for the so called "muscle
hijackers" to subdue the pilots, only then would hijacker pilot make his
move and enter cockpit. It would then be locked and guarded by other hijackers
Originally posted by defcon5
Sorry, I have to ask.
You a Speedbird Driver?
I used to work them at least once a week.
They used to visit us after making a stop-over in the islands. I forget which Island though, to be honest.