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Additional Emergency Equipment: — '

Search & Rescue: LANGLEY AFB (LFI)

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Washington Operations Center (WOC)1

FSDO:

NTSB:

Area Office: /
Facility Manager (ZOB) RICHARD J. KETTELL
Assistant Facility Manager: (ZOB) GARY KLINGLER /
Quality Assurance: BOB HERAK
Approach Control Facility Manager.

Airport Manager:
HAROLD BERKLEY •'
Airport Authority:

Aviation Weather (ZOB WX SERVICE UNIT)


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National Weather Service:
PITTSBURGH
Military Authority: (ZOB MILITARY) .

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requiring telephone notification to Washington shall be made immediately following notification for
emergency equipment and/or search and rescue.
FAA Form 8020-3 (146) y/ ±± ^°sea by statute , •
9/11 Personal Privacy
Sep 12 12:00 2001 /etms6/lag//nfs/wkstn05/etms/log/data/tmo_log Page 1

ZOB TMU DAILY OPERATIONS


TUESDAY SEPT 11, 2000

AM STAFFIING: TMS-PASS CP-TURTON WESP-BARCUS CASP-HATTERSLEY DASP-BRAID


MOS-DUKEMAN RELIEF-JONES NAR-MARSAW

0952 ZNY: EMAIL CONFIRMED


ORD: ZBW WILL PRVD 20 MIT O/PMM FROM 1030-1445Z
ZNY WILL PRVD 20 MIT O/PMM FROM 1030-1445Z
ZNY WILL PRVD 30 MIT 0/OXI FROM 1030-1430Z
MDW: ZBW WILL PRVD 30 MIT 0/GSH FROM 1100-1200Z
0957 PHL: ZID WILL PRVD 30 MIT O/JST FROM 1100-1215Z
1000 L. TURTON IS ON DUTY, WCLC.
1004 ORD: ZAU REQ 10 MIT O/PMM FROM 1130-1400Z
ZAU REQ 30 MIT 0/OXI FROM 1130-1400Z
MDW: ZAU REQ 20 MIT 0/GSH FROM 1130-1330Z
1011 MKE: RTE TEST FROM 1100-0200Z ADVZY 019.
1016 ATL: ZID REQ 20 MIT O/HVQ FROM 1115-1145Z
1058 MSP: ZAU REQ 20 MIT O/BAE FROM 1130-1245Z; 1300-1445Z
1123 V297 ZMP REQ FROM 1300-2000Z
1142 ERI: N627XL OFF RDU MAY HAVE LOST HYDRO FUILD ON TAKE OFF
1144 CHOK POINTS: IN EFFECT ADVZY 023
1206 ORD; ZAU APVD 2 0 MIT FOR 4 FLIGHTS . . . THANKS
1209 CLE: ZID REQ 20 MIT 0/ROD AOA FL240 FROM 1330-1430Z
PIT: ZID REQ 20 MIT 0/TVT AOA FL240 FROM 1330-1430Z
1219 LGA: ZNY REQ 15 MIT AS ONE RTE FROM 1315-1500Z
1235 PIT; ZID REQ RERTES USA1472(SDF) USA705/TWA309(STL)
123,9 DTW; ZID REQ DEPTS VIA ROD 20 MIT AOA FL240 1315-1415Z FOR ZID88
1245 ORD: ZAU REQ 10 MIT O/PMM 30 MIT O/OXI TILL 1600Z
1247 LAX: GROUND DLY PROGRAM 1600-2159Z SUBS ONLY
1304 ZNY: GROUND STOP UPDT AT 1700Z
1311 ZNY: ATC ZERO
1316 ZNY: ZOB IN HOLD .FOR ALL EAST COAST; ZAU ADVISED
1320 DAL1989: CF ADVISES TO TAKE ACFT AND REPORT ANYTHING OUT OF ORDINARY
DAL1
ZBW: ZOB APRVD UNLIMITED SWAPS VIA J29 FOR AIRBORNE HOLDING ACFT
1323 DC METRO: GROUND STOP UFA
1323 FAA; GROUND STOP EVERYTHING UFA
1330 UAL93 REPORTED TO COMMAND CENTER WAS RTED EWR. .LAX
1335 UAL93 TURNING SOUTH EAST BOUND
1349 PHL: ZDC APRVD RERTE VIA J53 . . J42 .GVE.OTT3 FOR AIRBORNE HOLDING
1358 UAL93: LOST TRANSPONDER/PRIMARY TARGET ONLY
1404 UAL93 CONFIRMED 3 HI-JACKERS ON BOARD; 2 BOMBS; BY- CF
1405 DAL1989: DIVERTING TO CLE; POSSIBLE HI-JACK
1409 UAL93 LOST RADAR/PRIMARY NEAR 2G9; APEAREDi TO CONT SOUTHEAST BOUND
1418 DAL1989: LANDED AT CLE ' .
1420 PIT: APCH RPTS USA RAMP EVACUATED; PIT CAN ONLY ACCEPT 6 MORE ACFT
1431 N4: CF ADVISES TO HAVE ACFT LAND AT NEAREST AIRPORT
1435 N4: HAS APRVL TO LAND RIC
1448 AAL77: ZID CONFIRMS LOST RADAR AT 1256Z AT YRK080010.
1740 DAL1989: STILL BEING SEARCHED/ PASSENGERS STILL ON BOARD
1749 PM STAFFING TMS-HANEY CP-ROCHESTER CASP-MARSHALL DASP-MANNING
WESP-KLAUSING EESP-LAWLESS MOS-SHELAR
R1S FS 8020-50

AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT/INCIDENT PRELIMINARY NOTICE


U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Aviation Administration
FROM (Office of origin) TO DATE (GMT) TIME (GMT)

Cleveland ARTCC Septtember 2000Z


11,2001

CODE (First words of text) AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT/INCIDENT PRELIMINARY NOTICE-Part 1


1 INFORMATION FROM

Cleveland ARTCC
1 REGISTRATION NO 2 MAKE AND MODEL 3 OPERATOR OF AIRCRAFT

B UAL93 B752 United Airlines


4 TYPE OF ACTIVITY (Air taxi, instruction, pleasure, aerial appl., business, executive, sightseeing, etc.) IF KNOWN

Commercial/IFR
5 BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF CIRCUMSTANCES SURROUNDING OCCURRENCE
Aircraft descended, then climbed, then desended without a clearance. Unintelliagble conversation was heard, then the mode C was lost
then the data block went to coast track.

6 WEATHER DATA
Wind three hundred at nine knots, visibility ten statute miles, clear, temperature sixteen degrees Celsisus, dew point twelve degrees
Celsisus, Altimeter three zero two nine. Remarks A02 sea level pressure two five two T zero one five six zero one two two

7 AIRCRAFT DAMAGE DESTROYED B SUBSTANTIAL MINOR D FIRE E DNONE

OCCUPANTS-INDICATE INJURIES FATAL SERIOUS MINOR NONE


1 NAME AND ADDRESS Or PILOT/INJURY 2 NAMcb Or ORcW/INJURIES 3 NO OF
Unknown Unknown PASSENGERS/
INJURIES

Unknown
1 LOCATION OF OCCURRENCE (Nearest city/town and state)(give route if overdue or missing)

Somerset, PA
1 DATE AND TIME OF OCCURRENCE IN GMT

09/11/01 1403 UTC.


1 INFORMATION ON COVERAGE OF OCCURRENCE BY FAA, NTSB. OTHER

FAA

FAA AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES SUMMARY OF FLIGHT HANDLING


1A LAST DEPARTURE POINT 1B DATE AND TIME (GMT) 1C INTENDED DESTINATION

EWR Unknown SFO


2A LAST RADIO CONTACT/POSITION AND/OR RADAR POSITION

40 miiles southeast of Youngstown, OH UAL93 reported on frequency at FL350


3A LAST ATC CONTROL CLEARANCE

UAL93 maintain FL350


4 FLIGHT PLAN
A pg IFR B VFR C I I NONE D l~l UNKNOWN

5 PILOT BRIEFING
YES D NO C LXJ UNKNOWN

6A OTHER

RECEIVED AT DELIVERED TO TIME

RECEIVED VIA RECEIVED BY (Signature & Title)

U IN PERSON
NOTE Part 2
RADIO n TELEPHONE

D ON OTHER SIDE D ON SEPARATE FORM NOT REQUIRED


FAA Form 8020-9 (12-82)
REPORT DATE REPORT NO.
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION October 16, 2001 ZOB-ARTCC-287
NAME OF REPORTING FACILITY
REPORT OF AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT Indianapolis (ZID) ARTCC
(Continuation Sheet)
14. CHRONOLOGICAL SUMMARY OF FLIGHT (Including control or other services provided by ATS facilities, and emergency action taken.)

September 11, 2001

ALL TIMES BELOW ARE COORINDATED UNIVERSAL TIME


UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED

1336 - Cleveland ARTCC, Loraine sector (LOR), call Indianapolis ARTCC, Lockbourne Sector Radar position
(LCK R), and advised they would not accept any more aircraft due to a possible hijacked aircraft in their
airspace.

1338 - (LOR) sector notified (LCK R) sector that south of the Dreyer Vortac (DJB) was beacon code 1527, which was
UAL93. They advised the aircraft "was doing his own thing" and was being handled as an emergency. The
crew's intentions were not known, but could be a possible hijack. They also stated the aircraft was climbing,
heading south, and not in communication with anyone.

1339 - Cleveland ARTCC, Blufton sector (BFT), called Indianapolis ARTCC Lockbourne sector Radar Associate
position (LCK RA). BFT advised beacon code 1527 (UAL93) was 20 miles south of DJB climbing without a
clearance and may be comining toward Indianapolis airspace. BFT advised they did not have radio contact
with the aircraft and there had been a report of screaming heard on the frequency.

No More Follows

FAA Form 8020-6-1 (7-70) Formerly FAA Form 2452.1 (Electronic Version) PAGE 1 of 1 PAGES
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HIS FS 8020-50

^ff AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT/INCIDENT PRELIMINARY NOTICE


U. S. Department of Transportation
Federal Aviation Administration
FROM (Office of origin) TO DATE (GMT) TIME (GMT)

Cleveland ARTCC Pittsburgh FSDO 09/11/01 17:31

CODE (First words of text) AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT/INCIDENT PRELIMINARY NOTICE-Part 1


1 INFORMATION FROM

A Cleveland ARTCC
1 REGISTRATION NO 2 MAKE AND MODEL 3 OPERATOR OF AIRCRAFT

B UAL93 BOEING COMPANY (USA) B752 nes


United Airli
4 TYPE OF ACTIVITY (Air taxi, instruction, pleasure, aerial appl., business, executive, sightseeing, etc.) IF KNOWN
Commercial/ IFR

5 BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF CIRCUMSTANCES SURROUNDING OCCURRENCE


Unintelligible conversations were heard on the frequency, then UAL93 decended then
climbed and turned to the left without a clearance. UAL93 started to descend then
the transponder was turned o f f .

6 WEATHER DATA
Wind300 at 9 knots, visibility 10 statute miles, clear, temp 16 degrees celsisus,
dew point 12 degrees celsisus, Altimeter 3029
7 AIRCRAFT DAMAGE A 153 DESTROYED B 1 1 SUBSTANTIAL C 1 1 MINOR D 1 1 FIRE E 1 1 NONE

^^^H OCCUPANTS-INDICATE INJURIES FATAL SERIOUS MINOR NONE

c 1 NAME AND ADDRESS OF PILOT/INJURY


Unknown -unknown, , , /
2 NAMES OF CREW/INJURIES 3 NO OF
PASSENGERS/
INJURIES

1 LOCATION OF OCCURRENCE (Nearest city/town and state)(give route if overdue or missing)


Somerset , PA
D
1 DATE AND TIME OF OCCURRENCE IN GMT
09/11/01 1 4 : 0 3
E
1 INFORMATION ON COVERAGE OF OCCURRENCE BY FAA, NTSB, OTHER
FBI, NTSB, FAA
F
FAA AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES SUMMARY OF FLIGHT HANDLING
1A LAST DEPARTURE POINT 1B DATE AND TIME (GMT) 1C INTENDED DESTOIATION
G EWR 09/11/01 12:41 SFO
2A LAST RADIO CONTACT/POSITION AND/OR RADAR POSITION
Radio: 40 miles SB of YNG
3A LAST ATC CONTROL CLEARANCE
Maintain FL350
4 FLIGHT PLAN
A 13 IFR B 1 1 VFR C 1 1 NONE D 1 1 UNKNOWN

5 PILOT BRIEFING
A 1 1 YES B O NO C 153 UNKNOWN

6A OTHER

RECEIVED AT DELIVERED TO TIME


00:00
RECEIVED VIA RECEIVED BY (Signature & We)

1 1 IN PERSON 1 1 RADIO 1 1 TELEPHONE


NOTE Part 2

1 1 ON OTHER SIDE 1 1 ON SEPARATE FORM 153 NOT REQUIRED


FAA Form 8020-9 (Electronic Version)
Note concerning Aircraft Accident/Incident Preliminary Notice from Cleveland ARTCC to Pittsburgh FSDO at
9/11/01 5:31:00 PM UTC
REPORT DATE REPORT NO.
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION December 6, 2001 ZOB-ARTCC-287
NAME OF REPORTING FACILITY
REPORT OF AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT CLEVELAND (ZOB) ARTCC
1. AIRCRAFT TYPE AND IDENTIFICATION 2. DATE/TIME OF ACCIDENT (GMT) 3. LOCATION OF ACCIDENT

B752,N591UA(UAL93) September 11, 2001, 1403 Somerset, PA


4. NATURE OF ACCIDENT 5. TYPE OF FLIGHT

Aircraft crashed after being hijacked Commercial- IFR Flight Plan

NAME POSITION ADDRESS (CITY AND STATE) UNIN- IN- FATAL-


JURED JURED ITY

5 Jason Dalhl Pilot Littleton, CO. X


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Leroy Homer Co-Pilot Manlton, NJ. X
(J

CO

7. PASSENGER DATA
NUMBER NUMBER NUMBER NUMBER
(If available, list names, addresses, extent of Injuries, and ABOARD 45 UNIN- 0 INJURED 0 FATAL- 45
other information on continuation sheet.) AIRCRAFT JURED ITIES
8. AIRCRAFT DAMAGE 9. PROPERTY DAMAGE

Destroyed Minimal

10. OPERATING STATUS OF NAVIGATIONAL AIDS/LIGHTS/COMMUNICATIONS

Normal

CONDITIONS IN ACCIDENT AREA AT TIME OF ACCIDENT


Johnstown 0954 EST: wind three zero zero at nine knots, visibility ten statute miles, sky clear, temperature sixteen, dew point twelve, altimeter
three zero two nine. Remarks sea level pressure two five two, temperature fifteen point six, dew point twelve point two
11. WEATHER DATA

REPORT JUST PRIOR TO ACCIDENT DATEfllME


Johnstown 0954 EST: wind three zero zero at nine knots, visibility ten statute miles, sky clear, temperature sixteen,
dew point twelve, altimeter three zero two nine. Remarks sea level pressure two five two, temperature fifteen point 09/11/01
six, dew point twelve point two 1354 UTC.

FIRST REPORT SUBSEQUENT TO ACCIDENT DATETTIME


Johnstown 1054 EST: wind three one zero at nine knots, visibility ten statute miles, sky clear, temperature
seventeen, dew point thirteen, altimeter three zero two nine. Remarks sea level pressure two five two, temperature 09/11/01
seventeen point two, dew point twelve point eight 1454 UTC.
NAME FACILITY OPERATING POSITION CHECK IF
EYEWITNESS
12. ATS PERSONNEL INVOLVED

David M. Norton *(HD) ZOB ARTCC Franklin Radar


Bradley L. Kennedy (KB) ZOB ARTCC Franklin Radar Associate
John L. Werth (JW) ZOB ARTCC Lorain Radar
David L. Leister (LE) ZOB ARTCC Lorain Radar Associate
Michael S. Zientarski (ZM) ZOB ARTCC Lorain Radar Hand-Off
Mark F. Saunders (MS) ZOB ARTCC Lorain Radar Associate
George W. Keaton (VP) ZOB-ARTCC Imperial Radar
Linda L. Justice (LJ) ZOB ARTCC Imperial Radar Associate
"(Operating Initials)
13. SIGNATURE OF FACILITY CHIEF

Richard J. Kettell
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