United Airlines Flight 93

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Background

In September 2001 and during certain other periods earlier in the year, United Airlines Flight 93 provided daily, nonstop service from Newark (Liberty) International Airport in New Jersey to San Francisco International Airport. The aircraft was a Boeing 757. Tail number N591UA. On September 11, passengers aboard the 8:00 am flight would include Ziad Jarrah, Saeed al-Ghamdi, Ahmed al-Haznawi and Ahmed al-Nami, who would later be named as suspected hijackers.

Controversies

Multimedia

Video

The following video, obtained by CNN in September 2001, captures the aftermath of the crash of Flight 93.

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General

- Ziad Jarrah's "bomb on board" transmission from Flight 93

Former friend Paul Deakin says he recognises Jarrah's voice

Flight Explorer flight path

Moussaoui trial exhibits

General

Phone calls


Smithsonian Institute Flight 93 Exhibition

Miscellaneous low resolution shots


The article linked to some of these shots:

EPA Presentation

Audio

Download- Mayday #1 (distressing: caution advised)
Download- Mayday #2 (distressing: caution advised)
Download- Air Traffic Control try to contact Flight 93
Download- Ziad Jarrah says there's a "bomb on board"
Download- Flight attendant CeeCee Lyles leaves a message about the hijacking



Documents

Further information was revealed at the Moussaoui trial.

The NTSB have released the following Flight 93-related documents.

9/11 Commission interview summaries.

Other documents:

Environmental concerns

Timeline

Full official Flight 93 timeline

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