American Airlines Flight 77

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09/11/2001 Aircraft

Pentagon


Tail Number N644AA

"Flight 77 provided nonstop service between Washington Dulles International Airport and Los Angles International Airport. It was scheduled to depart at 8:10 a.m. The aircraft was a Boeing 757, tail number N644AA. (231)" 2004-08-26 - 9/11 Commission - Staff Monograph on the Four Flights and Civil Aviation Security Staff Report, August 26, 2004 (link)


"The aircraft has a capacity of 176 passengers, 22 in first class and 154 in coach. On September 11, 2001, the flight carried 58 passengers (including 5 hijackers) with 2 pilots and 4 flight attendants for a total of 164 people on board. Fifteen of the 22 first-class seats were occupied, 3 by hijackers. Forty-three of the 154 economey seats aboard were occupied, 2 by hijackers." 2004-08-26 - 9/11 Commission - Staff Monograph on the Four Flights and Civil Aviation Security Staff Report, August 26, 2004 (link)


"The 58 passengers represented a load factor of 33.0 percent of the plane's passenger capacity of 176. This figure is almost identical to the 32.8 pervent average load factor Flight 77 for Tuesdays in the three-month period prior to September 11. During that time, Tuesdays were the least traveled dat for Flight 77. (233)" 2004-08-26 - 9/11 Commission - Staff Monograph on the Four Flights and Civil Aviation Security Staff Report, August 26, 2004 (link)


Hijackers:

Hani Honjour

Khalid al Mihdhar

Nawaf al Hazmi

Salem al Hazmi


Pilot: Captain Charles F. Brulingame

Co-Pilot: First Officer David Charlebois

American Airlines Flight 77 FDR

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