American Airlines Flight 77

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Background

Flight 77 provided nonstop service between Washington Dulles International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport. The aircraft was a Boeing 757, tail number N644AA. On September 11 the passengers for the 8:10 am flight included Hani Hanjour, Nawaf al-Hazmi, Salem al-Hazmi, Khalid al-Mihdhar and Majed Moqed, who would later be named as suspected hijackers.

Controversies

External links

Photos, Video, Audio

General

Flight Explorer flight path

Phone calls

Crash point

Composite photo of crash point

Videos

The following videos capture the five hijackers were filmed passing through the West Security Checkpoint at Dulles Airport (the complete footage was released at the Moussaoui trial). We've also included several videos showing the moment Flight 77 hit the Pentagon, the last ten minutes of an NTSB animation showing its final manoeuvres, and a screen grab of the FAA radar track also showing its last minutes. This last file in particular must be viewed full-screen to see it properly: click the full screen button on the toolbar to do this.

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Audio

The following audio clip was taken from the NORAD tapes.

Download- NORAD finally hear about Flight 77 at 9:34

A military C-130 tells air traffic control that a 757 appears to have crashed into the Pentagon.
Download- C-130 and ATC conversation

Arlington County Police radio includes a report of an American Airlines plane near the Pentagon.
Download- Police radio records the first response

Debris

Video

Photos

Documents

The Flight 77 passenger manifest has been published at the Moussaoui trial, and we've obtained further documents that reportedly came from the FBI:

The NTSB have released the following Flight 77-related documents:

9/11 Commission interview summaries:

Other documents:

Timeline

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