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Norad Tapes: Delta 89, Code 7112: the Faker Hijack Exercise. NEW 9/11 info for ATS

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posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 02:08 PM
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I dont think this has been posted on ATS before.

For those still interested in 9/11 and the new conclusions being drawn all the time, I found a great conclusion on The NORAD Tapes, detailing air traffic in the united states at the time of the incident.

It goes into great detail about how flight 89 was used to throw off those tracking flight 1989. 1989 was hijacked but flight 89 maintained close range to it, was a strikingly similar craft and activated its radar system at perculiar times.

Definitely an interesting read, heres the conclusion and summary:



Delta 89, Code 7112: the Faker Hijack Exercise
911woodybox.blogspot.com...
Delta 89 fulfills all conditions for an "exercise faker aircraft" whose job was to simulate a hijacking. Alternative explanations are hard to imagine. Therefore it's time now to establish the central thesis of this text: Delta 89 was a faker hijack exercise.

So what - the interested reader might ask - what impact has this insight on the official story of the 9/11 attacks? Indeed, Michael Ruppert has already pointed out the existence of at least one "live-fly exercise" (with real aircraft involved) in his book Crossing the Rubicon. Lynn Spencer notes: "Today's training exercise runs a number of scenarios, including a simulated hijacking in which the perpetrators overtake an aircraft for political purposes, directing it to an island in order to seek asylum". (p.24) So is the case of "Exercise Delta 89" important at all?

Yes, it is, because of Delta 1989, which was kind of a "doppelganger" plane with nearly identical call sign (promptly leading to confusion), identical aircraft type (Boeing 767), identical origin airport (Boston), and flying in close vicinity when Delta 89 exposed itself at 9:41. Clearly the designation "Delta 89" was carefully chosen by the wargame designers to create a mix-up with Delta 1989. This is the first indication that the ongoing exercises interfered with regular civilian air traffic.

In other words: Delta 1989, in spite of being a regular airliner, played a peripheral role in the exercise. It served as a cover-up for Delta 89. At first, NEADS was alerted by Delta 89, and when this plane stopped squawking and disappeared, the attention shifted to Delta 1989, which was closely observed until its landing in Cleveland.

Half an hour after Delta 1989, another mysterious airliner in distress landed at Cleveland Airport. Just like Delta 89, its existence seems to have been covered up through "merging" it with Delta 1989 - a doppelganger case again. This naturally leads to the question whether the eerie Cleveland plane was identical to Delta 89. Indeed, there are surprising congruences:

- Both planes were reportedly a 767
- Both planes were reportedly coming from Boston
- Both planes were suspected of being hijacked
- Both planes were covered up by Delta 1989

These coincidences allow the formulation of the working hypothesis that Delta 89 and the Cleveland mystery plane are identical. Confirmation pending.


[edit on 27-7-2009 by Kevin_X2]

[edit on 27-7-2009 by Kevin_X2]




posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 02:19 PM
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The entire transcript can be found here:

911woodybox.blogspot.com...

sounds like deliberate confusion in the sky to me.



posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 03:11 PM
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Let me suggest the first hand-accounts by the pilots and controllers involved instead of someone's active imagination.

Touching History by Lynn Spencer
pages 127-128, 167-169, 177, 187, 191-192, 223, 228-229, 259-262, and 270-271

Far too much material to transcribe here, but if you really want to know the Delta 1989 story, there is where to find it.



posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 03:14 PM
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yeahh.... all controller chatter can be found in my follow up post. I read it, and there are one hell of a lot of coincidences.

But, i can already tell you don't listen or absorb information and are simply here to make me believe whatever it is you believe. What is that again?

Im not interested in 1989's story. Im interested in 1989 in conjuncture with 89 and the coincidences involved, as well as the parallels between this and flight 175 taking off twice, 20 minutes apart.

[edit on 27-7-2009 by Kevin_X2]



posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 03:32 PM
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I did a search for "Delta 89", from 6 September 2001 to 10 September 2001, and got this: (NOTE, the flight was JFK-LAX)


Summary Statistics
Flight Number

Airline: Delta Air Lines (DL)
Flight Number: 0089
Time Period: September 6, 2001 to September 10, 2001

On-Time Flights: JFK-LAX 40.00%


NOTE: Late, cancelled and diverted flights are subtracted from total flights to determine on-time percent.
A complete listing of airline and airport abbreviations is available. Times are reported in local time using a 24 hour clock.

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Flight Number Carriers Origin Airport Dest Airport All Flights
Total Number Average Departure Delay (minutes) Average Taxi-Out Time (minutes) Average Scheduled Departure to Take-off (minutes) Average Arrival Delay (minutes) Average Airborne Time (minutes) Average Taxi-In Time (minutes) Total Number Cancelled Percent Flights Cancelled Total Number Diverted Percent Flights Diverted
0089 DL JFK LAX 5 37.80 46.00 83.80 37.80 312.40 10.60 0 0.00 0 0.00


Flight Number Carriers Origin Airport Dest Airport Late Flights
Total Number Average Departure Delay (minutes) Average Taxi-Out Time (minutes) Average Scheduled Departure to Take-off (minutes) Average Arrival Delay (minutes) Average Airborne Time (minutes) Average Taxi-In Time (minutes) Percent Flights Late
0089 DL JFK LAX 3 63.33 57.00 120.33 72.33 312.00 9.00 60.00

SOURCE: Bureau of Transportation Statistics

www.bts.gov...

edit: Sorry, it was in tabulated format, so it didn't paste in well.


Same thing for "Delta 1989":


Summary Statistics
Flight Number

Airline: Delta Air Lines (DL)
Flight Number: 1989
Time Period: September 6, 2001 to September 10, 2001

On-Time Flights: BOS-LAX 80.00%


NOTE: Late, cancelled and diverted flights are subtracted from total flights to determine on-time percent.
A complete listing of airline and airport abbreviations is available. Times are reported in local time using a 24 hour clock.

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Flight Number Carriers Origin Airport Dest Airport All Flights
Total Number Average Departure Delay (minutes) Average Taxi-Out Time (minutes) Average Scheduled Departure to Take-off (minutes) Average Arrival Delay (minutes) Average Airborne Time (minutes) Average Taxi-In Time (minutes) Total Number Cancelled Percent Flights Cancelled Total Number Diverted Percent Flights Diverted
1989 DL BOS LAX 5 1.00 24.50 25.50 -17.25 329.00 13.25 1 20.00 0 0.00


Flight Number Carriers Origin Airport Dest Airport Late Flights
Total Number Average Departure Delay (minutes) Average Taxi-Out Time (minutes) Average Scheduled Departure to Take-off (minutes) Average Arrival Delay (minutes) Average Airborne Time (minutes) Average Taxi-In Time (minutes) Percent Flights Late
1989 DL BOS LAX 0 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

SOURCE: Bureau of Transportation Statistics

www.bts.gov...


For comparison, after the groundings were lifted, here's the abbreviated data, same flights:


Summary Statistics
Flight Number

Airline: Delta Air Lines (DL)
Flight Number: 0089
Time Period: September 20, 2001 to September 25, 2001

On-Time Flights: JFK-LAX 83.33%


AND "Delta 1989":


Summary Statistics
Flight Number

Airline: Delta Air Lines (DL)
Flight Number: 1989
Time Period: September 20, 2001 to September 25, 2001

On-Time Flights: BOS-LAX 100.00%








[edit on 27 July 2009 by weedwhacker]



posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 03:39 PM
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It said in the article that Flight 89 was supposed to go to LAS (las vegas).

but, good find weedwhacker. not sure exactly what to draw from it, though. Im not much of a 9/11 expert.



posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 03:50 PM
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Here's more interesting info. American 11, PRIOR to 11 September 2001. (Note: AFTER 9/11, the flight number was 'retired' forever):


Summary Statistics
Flight Number


Airline: American Airlines (AA)
Flight Number: 0011
Time Period: September 6, 2001 to September 10, 2001

On-Time Flights: BOS-LAX 100.00%


American 77:

Summary Statistics
Flight Number

Airline: American Airlines (AA)
Flight Number: 0077
Time Period: September 6, 2001 to September 10, 2001

On-Time Flights: IAD-LAX 100.00%


United 175:

Summary Statistics
Flight Number


Airline: United Airlines (UA)
Flight Number: 0175
Time Period: September 6, 2001 to September 10, 2001

On-Time Flights: BOS-LAX 80.00%



United 93:

Summary Statistics
Flight Number



Airline: United Airlines (UA)
Flight Number: 0093
Time Period: September 6, 2001 to September 10, 2001

On-Time Flights: EWR-SFO 100.00%

www.bts.gov...

Interesting to note that UAL93 ran 100% On-Time in the days BEFORE 9/11. Pretty typical, at Newark...ground delays seem to come out of nowhere, during the morning rushes.










[edit on 27 July 2009 by weedwhacker]



posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 08:39 PM
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Originally posted by Kevin_X2
yeahh.... all controller chatter can be found in my follow up post. I read it, and there are one hell of a lot of coincidences.

But, i can already tell you don't listen or absorb information and are simply here to make me believe whatever it is you believe. What is that again?

Im not interested in 1989's story. Im interested in 1989 in conjuncture with 89 and the coincidences involved, as well as the parallels between this and flight 175 taking off twice, 20 minutes apart.

[edit on 27-7-2009 by Kevin_X2]


Well, could it be that I have researched this beyond one NEADS audio tape and some delusional guy's blog? I'm not going to waste my time arguing with you, but take the time to listen to all of the ATC audio from ZOB, ZNY, and ZBW. The last batch was a pretty big ftp, but should be done in a few days.

But I know, reality is not as fun as fantasy.



posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 10:05 PM
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All the people who actually take the time to research all this and try to out it will be called crazy because the average person will not even try to take all this info in because of it's vastness and the implications of it being true.......


We must look to a new more open minded way of getting the truth out there..

Something different .......Something "they" have not thought to cover up yet....

They think they have all the smartest people in the world working for them.....many but not all...........

I have no clue though



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