In response to these observations, both supporters of the truth and
blind deniers of it agree on one thing. It raises the question - "If
these flights did not hit the buildings as alleged, then where did
We are now in a position to answer that question.
First lets recap on the official story of what happened to four
planes that morning.
AA 11 left Boston for LA at about 8 am, was reported as hijacked
about 8.25, and hit the Nth Tower at about 8.46. UA 175 left Boston
for LA at about the same time, was reported hijacked at about 8.55
and hit the Sth Tower at about 9.03 AA 77 left Dulles for LA about
the same time , was reported hijacked at about 8.55 and hit the
Pentagon at about 9.45 UA 93 left Newark for SF at about the same
time, was reported hijacked about 9.45 and crashed in PA at about
The Bureau of transportation website contains search pages, where
one can pull up detailed statistics about the history of which flights
have been scheduled for which airports on any given day. Go to
and click on "detailed statistics" where one can search records
of scheduled and actual departure times, arrival times, diversions
and cancellations by departure airport, arrival airport, airline
and flight number. Searches for Sept 11 2001 reveal that the flights
AA 11 and AA 77 did not exist. They were not scheduled that day.
Here are the search results which I encourage everyone to check
A search for UA flights from Newark on Sept 11, 2001 shows 0093
to SF was scheduled at 8.00 and actually departed at 8.01. It is
listed as "diverted" and did not arrive at its destination.
A search for UA from Boston on that day shows 0175 to LA was scheduled
for 8.00 and actually departed at 7.58. Also listed as "diverted"
and did not arrive at its destination.
The term "diverted" does not specify any differentiation between
legally diverted, hijacked or crashed, so the data gives no indication
one way or the other as to truth of the official story about what
happened to them, but it does confirm that they departed as per
the official story and did not arrive at their destinations.
A search for AA flights from Boston that day does not list 0011.
The earliest scheduled AA flight to LA that day was 0181 at 11.00
A search for AA flights from Dulles that day does not list 0077.
The earliest scheduled AA flight to LA was 0135 at 11.15.
Here's a different search method. By returning to the search page
URL listed earlier, and clicking on â summary statistics â , one
can find the historical reliability and punctuality of specific
flights over a period of time, by specifying the airline and flight
number and defining the time period. The search then returns figures
on average delays in departure and arrival times and percentages
of cancelled or diverted flights. If one searches specifically for
UA 175 or UA 93 narrowed down to sept 11 only, the search returns
the result of "diverted" for each flight. A similar search for either
AA 11 or AA 77 on that date returns "no data found".
If you search for AA 11 or AA 77 on different days, you will find
that they were regularly scheduled flights right up to Sept 10.
AA 11 was scheduled daily from Logan to LA at 8.00, and AA 77 from
Dulles to LA at 7.45. On Sept 11, they were not scheduled. Not cancelled.
Just not scheduled.
On Sept 12, they re-appear in the schedule (obviously as cancelled
for the next few days) up until Sept 20 when both flights change
Thus the official figures from the Bureau of Transportation statistics
indicate that neither AA 11 nor AA 77 flew on Sept, 11 2001. This
solves the question of what happened to them. Nothing. Because the
flights did not exist. This is consistent with other evidence which
shows that they were not the objects responsible for the Pentagon
and Nth WTC tower incidents.
This still leaves unanswered the question of what happened to
the passengers alleged to be aboard the non existent flights. In
the case of AA 77, while one can always speculate about the most
plausible scenarios, I prefer to wait until some real evidence emerges.
However in the case of AA 11, I think it is worth noting that UA
175 left from the same airport, at the same time for the same destination
as that normally applicable to AA 11.
Therefore, although there is no direct evidence to support the claim,
it would seem reasonable to speculate at this stage that any passengers
who were regular fliers on AA 11, and asked to booked on it that
day, went to the airport, expecting to get on AA 11, as per the
normal routine. They were then told that there was a last minute
problem with the flight which could not be fixed within a reasonable
period of time, and were offered a flight on UA 175 as compensation.
The data in this search indicates that we have been systematically
lied to about the alleged flight paths and hijacking sequence of
AA 11 and AA 77, as well as the alleged phone calls made from the
It also indicates probable complicity by American Airlines in
the events of Sept 11 , 2001.
For the benefit of any NWO operatives reading this, just in case
you' re thinking of trying to pressure the Bureau into playing hanky
panky with the records, the search results pages have already been
backed up and widely distributed. Nevertheless, I do encourage all
readers to do the searches themselves and back up the results pages,
just in case this happens.