The Fifth Plane,’ Passengers Argue with Flight Attendants to Take Off

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A United 767 scheduled to take off from JFK Airport on September 11, 2001, could have been the 5th plane targeted by hijackers … this according to the flight attendants and the pilot on that plane.

TMZ has conducted a 6-month investigation into United Flight 23 — scheduled to leave JFK at 9 AM … bound for Los Angeles. We interviewed 3 flight attendants, the pilot, the United dispatcher, a member of the 9/11 Commission and others about a series of suspicious activities on the plane … suspicious enough for the FBI to get involved.

Four passengers in first class aroused suspicion shortly after they boarded. The flight attendants say one of the passengers was a man disguised as a woman. The purser [first class flight attendant] tells us those passengers did not eat meat, and there were only 2 fruit plates in the galley. She wanted to get more fruit plates so the passengers could eat, and it triggered a heated argument … with one of the passengers insisting,”We do not want to eat. We don’t need food. We want to take off … We just want to go.”

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Stolen helicopter crashes at airport in CaliforniaThe thief took off, and no arrests have been made, authorities said.

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