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Flight 93 Flight Path Not "routine"

Scooby
post Jan 21 2013, 08:01 PM
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Howdy all.

I have a question I hope I can get some clarification about regarding flight 93’s flight path. According to the 9/11 Commission Report “by all accounts the first 46 minutes of flight 93 proceeded routinely”. Yet when I checked the United (or any other airline) flight paths from New York/New Jersey to SF they show flight 93 was never on a "routine flight path". In fact they went off course almost immediatly.

United Flight paths
http://images.search.yahoo.com/images/view...umb=EFx.zc0IsPc

AMerica West flight paths cross reference
http://images.search.yahoo.com/images/view...umb=EFx.zc0IsPc

A routine flight path on the Northern route would have taken it over Northern Michigan and clear of the many major cities along the bottom of the Great Lakes. A southern route would have gone nowhere near Cleveland so they had to be taking the northern route.

Flight 93's flight path
http://images.search.yahoo.com/images/view...umb=nEbx9Lu4yJG

Flight 93 starts out routine...but then makes an adjustment early on (after achieving max alt?) turning south and recalibrating a course that takes them directly to Cleveland. This is not a “routine flight path” for a coast to coast flight from any source I can find. This flight path should have been very noticeable to the FAA and UA and considered a red flag. Can anyone provide any info on why this flight path would have been taken. Is it common to fly coast to coast over several major cities and airports? Thanks folks. smile.gif

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Scooby
post Jan 22 2013, 01:27 PM
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Thanks for the great info Rob (and sorry for the wrong forum posting).

http://images.search.yahoo.com/images/view...umb=EFx.zc0IsPc

It can be said that UA175 – according to the charts - was taking the Southern route which might not be considered “preferred” since they were flying out of the North. But it’s still on a coast to coast route. Flight 93 isn’t taking a coast to coast route at all. Flight 93 is on a route that interferes with traffic for Pittsburg, Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago, Milwaukee, etc. Does the FAA even allow non-stop coast to coast routes of this type? By observation the only route 93 is taking - according to the flight path charts - is to Cleveland.

I have always been on the fence about flight 93 landing in Cleveland until now. To me, regardless of what UA or the government says this is more evidence that flight 93 took a direct route to Cleveland because Cleveland was their destination. Perhaps the 45 minute delay of flight 93 (without which the hijackers would have missed the flight) made them so late they didn’t bother to present the appearance of trying to get on a coast to coast route. It’s all speculation but it just keeps adding up. Thanks again for the great info.

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