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 Hani Hanjour Quotes, for future reference.
Russell Pickering
Posted: Nov 18 2006, 11:35 AM


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"Federal Aviation Administration records show he obtained a commercial pilot's license in April 1999, but how and where he did so remains a lingering question that FAA officials refuse to discuss. His limited flying abilities do afford an insight into one feature of the attacks: The conspiracy apparently did not include a surplus of skilled pilots."

http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/hanjour_history.html

"However, when Baxter (Sheri Baxter, flight instructor) and fellow instructor Ben Conner took the slender, soft-spoken Hanjour on three test runs during the second week of August, they found he had trouble controlling and landing the single-engine Cessna 172. Even though Hanjour showed a federal pilot's license and a log book cataloging 600 hours of flying experience, chief flight instructor Marcel Bernard declined to rent him a plane without more lessons."

http://www.pentagonresearch.com/Newsday_com.htm

"Hani Hanjour, who investigators contend piloted airliner that crashed into Pentagon on Sept 11, was reported to Federal Aviation Administration in Feb 2001 after instructors at Pan Am International Flight Academy in Phoenix found his piloting skills so shoddy and his grasp of English so inadequate that they questioned whether his pilot's license was genuine....."

New York Times - link down - http://query.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html...DAC0894DA404482

"They reported him not because they feared he was a terrorist, but because his English and flying skills were so bad, they told the Associated Press, they didn't think he should keep his pilot's license." [/i]

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2002/05/10/...ain508656.shtml

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The following is all from the same article:

He was so unambitious that, as a teenager in Saudi Arabia, he thought of dropping out of high school to become a flight attendant. Short and slight, he was so shy that, as a houseguest of family friends in Florida, he would not confess that he had forgotten a toothbrush. Even as he pursued the flight training he would need for his final act, instructors found him withdrawn, slow to pick up a feel for the cockpit.

Even today, his family cannot fathom his alleged role in the plot. They recognized his photograph as the person who investigators say crashed American Airlines Flight 77 into the Pentagon on Sept. 11.

Barely over 5 feet tall, skinny and boyish, Hanjour displayed a temperament and actions that were out of sync with those of his fellow pilots in several ways. Hanjour first arrived in the United States years before the others, and was one of just two suspected hijackers who held a student visa. He was the only alleged pilot who does not appear to have been part of an al Qaeda cell in Europe.

Over five years, Hanjour hopscotched among flight schools and airplane rental companies, but his instructors regarded him as a poor student, even in the weeks before the attacks.

Federal Aviation Administration records show he obtained a commercial pilot's license in April 1999, but how and where he did so remains a lingering question that FAA officials refuse to discuss. His limited flying abilities do afford an insight into one feature of the attacks: The conspiracy apparently did not include a surplus of skilled pilots.

Wes Fults, the former manager of the flight simulator at Sawyer School of Aviation in Phoenix, gave Hanjour a one-hour orientation lesson when he arrived as a new member of the school's "sim club" in 1998. "Mr. Hanjour was, if not dour, to some degree furtive. He never looked happy," Fults recalled. "He had only the barest understanding what the instruments were there to do."

During three months of instruction in late 1996, Duncan K. M. Hastie, CRM's owner, found Hanjour a "weak student" who "was wasting our resources." Hanjour left, then returned in December 1997 -- a year later -- and stayed only a few weeks.

Sawyer's simulator is in a closet-sized room that students and pilots alike use to practice the basics of instrument flight. Fults remembers Hanjour as "a neophyte. . . . The impression I got is he came and, like a lot of guys, got overwhelmed with the instruments." He used the simulator perhaps three or four more times, Fults said, then "disappeared like a fog."

That plot was in high gear by the second week of August, when Hanjour arrived in the Washington area for what appears to have been his final preparation -- this time, at Freeway Airport in Bowie. Instructors once again questioned his competence. After three sessions in a single-engine plane, the school decided Hanjour was not ready to rent a plane by himself.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/ac2/wp-dyn?p...4¬Found=true
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After these professional opinions, this is the crap the 9/11 Commission tried to lay on us:

"Among the five hijackers aboard American Airlines Flight 77, Hani Hanjour was the sole individual who FAA records show completed flight training and received FAA pilot certification. Hanjour received his commercial multi-engine pilot certificate from the FAA in March 1999. He received extensive flight training in the United States including flight simulator training, and was perhaps the most experienced and highly trained pilot among the 9/11 hijackers."

http://www.9-11commission.gov/staff_statem...statement_4.pdf

The complexity of the final maneuver and its perfect execution is now documented in detail by the Flight Data Recorder. It was WAY to precise for an amateur.
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Reggie_perrin
Posted: Nov 18 2006, 12:35 PM


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" and was perhaps the most experienced and highly trained pilot among the 9/11 hijackers."

WTF :o thats quite staggering and completly contrdicts what we know about Hanjour, to describe him as a "highly trained pilot" beggers belief, it truly shows how distorted the 9/11 comission was.
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Russell Pickering
Posted: Nov 18 2006, 01:17 PM


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QUOTE (Reggie_perrin @ Nov 18 2006, 05:35 PM)
" and was perhaps the most experienced and highly trained pilot among the 9/11 hijackers."

WTF :o thats quite staggering and completly contrdicts what we know about Hanjour, to describe him as a "highly trained pilot" beggers belief, it truly shows how distorted the 9/11 comission was.

Reggie,

If he was the MOST experienced then how the heck did the planes in NY hit the towers perfectly?

Amazing how all of this is in the MSM and the "skeptics" missed it.

Russell
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Posted: Nov 18 2006, 01:27 PM


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QUOTE (Russell Pickering @ Nov 18 2006, 06:17 PM)
QUOTE (Reggie_perrin @ Nov 18 2006, 05:35 PM)
" and was perhaps the most experienced and highly trained pilot among the 9/11 hijackers."

WTF  :o  thats quite staggering and completly contrdicts what we know about Hanjour, to describe him as a "highly trained pilot" beggers belief, it truly shows how distorted the 9/11 comission was.

Reggie,

If he was the MOST experienced then how the heck did the planes in NY hit the towers perfectly?

Amazing how all of this is in the MSM and the "skeptics" missed it.

Russell

Indeed, hitting a building is no easy feat, despite what many think, also when you think about it wouldn't hitting the building be similar to lining up a plane for landing, as your aiming for a relitivly small strip, and as we've been told ad nauseam the "hijackers' wern't interested in landing there planes when taking lessons.

And didn't the plane that hit the south tower come in on a kind of curve ? which would make it an even greater execution.
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Posted: Nov 23 2006, 07:45 PM


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What I have never understand, is that Hani "...obtained a commercial pilot's license 1999..."

But evrywhere he go after (or before) that, he is mostly remebered for his terrible pilot skill and one even said "he could not fly at all" and he could not rent a Cesna to fly solo, and so on... something must be wrong here!

How did he get the license ? Is there some other examples of people getting commercial pilot license in US... without they are abel to fly a simple plane!

I mean... they "declined to rent him a plane without more lessons" 2001.

And he was "...reported to Federal Aviation Administration in Feb 2001 after instructors at Pan Am International Flight Academy in Phoenix found his piloting skills so shoddy and his grasp of English so inadequate that they questioned whether his pilot's license was genuine....."

Something is clearly rotten in Danmark!
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Posted: Apr 14 2007, 01:09 PM


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QUOTE (Russell Pickering @ Nov 18 2006, 04:35 PM)
"Federal Aviation Administration records show he obtained a commercial pilot's license in April 1999, but how and where he did so remains a lingering question that FAA officials refuse to discuss. His limited flying abilities do afford an insight into one feature of the attacks: The conspiracy apparently did not include a surplus of skilled pilots."

After reading something last night about Hani Hanjour, I was wondering if his appalling flying at the place where he was aledgedly trying to hire a cessna, was all an act.
After all how difficult can it be to fly a single engined light plane like that?

Maybe he was a good, experienced pilot but he was sent there by the real plotters (perpetrators)of 9-11 in order to give him some kind of back story which could be used subsequently by the news media to explain that he was some kind of terrorist amateur training to fly a hijacked airliner.

He either tried to make a mess of his flying skills in front of the instructor because : -
a ) he was told to by the perpetrators to flag his existance, by making a nusence of himself there, as part of the overall story and mark him out

b ) he was told to go there and practice his flying against his will, and so he made a fool of himself on purpose as a kind of protest

or My favourite
c ) he was tired of the plot or was having second thoughts and was hoping that he could pretend to be totally incompetant and get his licence revoked, meaning the perps would replace him from the project and he might be able to escape
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QUOTE (Reggie_perrin @ Nov 18 2006, 06:27 PM)
And didn't the plane that hit the south tower come in on a kind of curve ? which would make it an even greater execution.

Great sig, reggie ray. :lol:
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Posted: Apr 15 2007, 04:47 AM


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Nila sagadevan had discussed with one of the flight instructors of Hani Hanjour which said to him that this one could not fly at all a plane.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tA9Z4wyFk7Q

Hani Hanjour would have flown a Boeing 757 at a distance very close to the ground, at a speed of 530 miles per hour in the final phase of the attack on the pentagon. What is very difficult to make, even for best pilots, because of the turbulences caused by the very fast speed of a plane having dimensions of a Boeing 757.

http://www.mindfully.org/Reform/2006/911-F...ning13jun06.htm

Official report:

http://www.9-11commission.gov/report/911Report_Ch1.htm

"At 9:37:46, American Airlines Flight 77 crashed into the Pentagon, traveling at approximately 530 miles per hour. All on board, as well as many civilian and military personnel in the building, were killed."


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killian
Posted: Apr 15 2007, 07:11 AM


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check this thread:
http://z10.invisionfree.com/Loose_Change_F...topic=3256&st=0

for an indepth look into hani's lack of flying skills, quotes from his ex-instructors, and other relevant hani information.
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SPreston
Posted: Jul 22 2007, 12:52 AM


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Re: Hani Hanjour's expertise at flying aircraft
QUOTE (Russell Pickering @ Nov 18 2006, 02:17 PM)
QUOTE (Reggie_perrin @ Nov 18 2006, 05:35 PM)
" and was perhaps the most experienced and highly trained pilot among the 9/11 hijackers."

WTF  :o  thats quite staggering and completly contrdicts what we know about Hanjour, to describe him as a "highly trained pilot" beggers belief, it truly shows how distorted the 9/11 comission was.

Reggie,

If he was the MOST experienced then how the heck did the planes in NY hit the towers perfectly?

Amazing how all of this is in the MSM and the "skeptics" missed it.

Russell

Could you possibly mean these skeptics for the status quo? Do you recognize one or two? B)
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Too much confusion for the skeptics trying to ignore and justify the Bush criminal network? :rolleyes: Perhaps too many voices crying out in despair from their blood unjustly soaking the sands of Iraq?

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