Seattle plane crash: Hijacker named as investigators probe how airline employee could steal plane

Seattle plane crash: Hijacker named as investigators probe how airline employee could steal plane

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Seattle plane crash: Hijacker named as investigators probe how airline employee could steal planeInvestigators are trying to piece together how a “suicidal” ground worker at Seattle’s main airport managed to steal an empty turboprop passenger plane, conduct a series of loops while chased by US Air Force F-15s before crashing it into a small island in the Puget Sound. Authorities have refused to name the 29-year-old suspect pilot, referred to as “Rich” and “Richard” by air traffic controllers as they tried to coax him towards the ground during the hour-long incident. Airline officials said the man was an employee of Horizon Air, part of the Alaska Airlines group, with more than three years’ experience.



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