Alaska Airlines employee stolen plane from Washington International Airport, crashed on Island
Saturday - August 11, 2018 2:19 pm , Category : INDIA
Aug 11 (WTN) An Alaska Airlines employee stole a plane of the company at around 8:15 pm on Friday night from C-Tech International Airport in the US capital. The airline claims that there was no traveler in the plane. Two fighter jets of the army followed him, but shortly after, it crashed on Kaitron Island, 50 kilometers away from Plain Airport.
Airlines told that a 29-year-old man from Percy County stolen 76-seat Horizon AirQ300 aircraft. It is believed that he alone did this incident. Due to the crash of the plane, it is being said that there is no information about stunting or blowing airplanes. After the incident the flights were stopped at the airport, but now the situation is normal. Airport management says it is not a terrorist incident.
A witness living in Percy County said that on Friday night he saw an airplane and two fighter planes flying back and forth. According to him, he is not aware of the plane crash, but he saw smoke rising from the island.