Guy Steals Passenger Jet at Seattle Airport

A man, possibly an Alaska Airlines Employee, hijacked an airplane from SeaTac International Airport and took it on an unauthorized flight, where it was chased down by F-15 fighter planes before it appears to have crashed, according to multiple reports.

CBS News reporter Kris Van Cleave wrote, “FAA sources say it appears an airline employee stole a Horizon Air Turbo Prop from SeaTac and took off and crashed Ketron Island outside Seattle.” He shared a tweet from a woman named Victoria, who wrote, “Sitting on a plane at SeaTac Airport, a Horizon employee just hijacked an airplane. He is flying around the airport, he does not know how to land it. Happening right now. SeaTac airport.”

Multiple people in Seattle filmed the Stolen Jet FLying over Seattle:

The Pierce County Sheriff wrote on Twitter, “Stolen horizon airplane crashed into Ketron island. Preliminary info is that a mechanic from unknown airlines stole plane. Was doing stunts in air or lack of flying skills caused crash into Island.” The Sheriff’s Department added, “Two military F 15 chased plane but was not involved in crash” and confirmed, “No passengers on plane.”

24/7 Fake News Refuses to Cover it Live!

In case you are going to jump on to one of the 24/7 news networks, don’t bother they are all to busy covering Fake Russia News, instead of what could have been another 9/11! Let this be a reminder that they do not care about the public, they do not care about your safety, and during times of trouble, you cannot count on them to tell you the truth or even report in real-time what is happening.

3 Comments

  1. IJS
    August 13, 2018 at 10:09 pm

    A quick search of FOX revealed nothing…

    • IJS
      August 13, 2018 at 10:12 pm

      There are 2 links on CNN

  2. CM
    August 17, 2018 at 6:28 pm

    It was a turbo prop . . . A propeller plane, not a jet per se. That being said, the next thing that will happen is the regulation of cheap flight simulators.

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