9/11 Pilot Extraordinaire
From the ridiculous to the sublime...
|Federal Aviation Administration records show [Hanjour] obtained a commercial pilot's license in April
1999, but how and where he did so remains a lingering question that FAA officials refuse to discuss. His
limited flying abilities do afford an insight into one feature of the attacks: The conspiracy apparently did
not include a surplus of skilled pilots. [Cape Cod Times]|
[Flight Academy] Staff members characterized Mr. Hanjour as polite, meek and very quiet. But most of all, the former employee said, they considered him a very bad pilot. "I'm still to this day amazed that he could have flown into the Pentagon," the former employee said. "He could not fly at all." [New York Times]
Hani Hanjour as a Cessna 172 pilot
At Freeway Airport in Bowie,
Md., 20 miles west of Washington, flight instructor Sheri Baxter instantly recognized the name of alleged
hijacker Hani Hanjour when the FBI released a list of 19 suspects in the four hijackings.
Hanjour, the only suspect on Flight 77 the FBI listed as a pilot, had come to the
airport one month earlier seeking to rent a small plane.
On December 12, 2000, [Nawaf al Hazmi and Hani Hanjour] were settling in Mesa, Arizona, and Hanjour was ready to brush up on his flight training [Brush up? He could barely fly a Cessna]. By early 2001, he was using a Boeing 737 simulator. Because his performance struck his flight instructors as sub-standard, they discouraged Hanjour from continuing, but he persisted.
|After wisely investing $40 Hanjour produced the following miraculous results on 9/11:|
Hani Hanjour as a Boeing 757 pilot
At a speed of about 500 miles an hour, the plane was headed straight for what is known as
P-56, protected air space 56, which covers the White House and the Capitol.
But just as the plane seemed to be on a suicide mission into the White House, the unidentified pilot [Hanjour] executed a pivot so tight that it reminded observers of a fighter jet maneuver. The plane circled 270 degrees to the right to approach the Pentagon from the west, whereupon Flight 77 fell below radar level, vanishing from controllers' screens, the sources said.
Is it pure coincidence that the above mentioned "fighter jet maneuver" steered Flight 77 into a barely habited newly reinforced section of the Pentagon? Why didn't the USAF intervene in the aerial acrobatics of Flight 77?
|On 27 November 2009
PilotsFor911Truth.org published a simple fact about the flight
of Flight 77 which makes a conventional hijacking scenario
impossible - according to Flight Data provided by the NTSB the
Flight Deck Door was never opened in flight. The status of the door
was polled every 5 seconds from 12:18:05 GMT to 13:37:09 GMT, and
each poll logged the door as closed (a CSV file of the log can be
No-one entered the cockpit of the plane during the flight, therefore it was not flown into the Pentagon by an Arab hijacker.
What caused Flight 77 to hit the Pentagon? Electronic hijacking is a strong possibility...
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