Shocking footage from Washington Airport.. An employee steals a plane!!

12 July, 2022
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Shocking footage from Washington Airport.. An employee steals a plane!!

A surveillance camera revealed shocking footage of the theft of an Alaska Airlines plane at Washington airport, which took place years ago, as the footage that was published for the first time depicted the operation from the moment the hijacker entered the airport to the moment he fell from a high altitude and committed suicide.

In the context, the US authorities said, according to the American newspaper Newsweek, that Richard Russell, a "control and control" worker at Washington Airport, died after he stole the plane at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, in August 2018, and drove it to a remote island land in Puget Sound.

The 29-year-old employee took off the stolen plane from Seattle-Tacoma Airport, a two-engine Bombardier Q400, with about 70 seats, at approximately eight in the evening on Friday evening, while it was standing in a maintenance place at the airport, according to Alaska Airlines statement.

While the new footage showed the young man, walking through airport security in a T-shirt that read “Sky Without Borders”, then Russell was seen walking in a restricted area designated for baggage handlers, then got into a runway tow carriage, and towed the plane that he was planning to steal, then the footage showed Russell He runs towards the plane to open its door and then enters the cockpit.

Then Russell was heard saying from the cockpit, "It's about to take off, it's going to be crazy."


 
 

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