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History of the horrific air strikes in history history

September 11, 2001 American Airlines Flight 11 A Boeing 767 aircraft left Logan Airport with 11 crew and 81 passengers in Los Angeles for 7 hours. Flight 11's communication was lost with the control room shortly after the flight. One of the best air traffic control drivers in the world could not imagine that the history of the world was going to change. The first flight to change the history of the world has begun its journey. Trying to contact Flight 11 from the control room again and again, it was not possible to communicate. Shortly afterwards, Flight 11 changed its travel route to New York.

8 AM to 14 minutes United Airlines Flight 175 A Boeing 767 aircraft started carrying passengers carrying 9 crew and 56 passengers from Logan Airport to Los Angeles. The flight also moves its journey to New York, like Flight 11.

8 AM to 8:00 am American Airlines Flight 77, a Boeing 757 flight carrying 6 crew and 58 passengers from Washington's Dallas International Airport to Los Angeles. Flight 77 and the rest of the aircraft started mysterious behavior. It stops contacting the control room and moves to Virginia.

8 AM to 42 minutes United Airlines Flight 93, a Boeing 757 flight from New York to San Francisco. Flight 93 had 7 crew and 37 passengers. After a flight, the control room of Flight 93 stopped.

After all, the American Air Traffic Control employees became worried about the mysterious behavior of 4 flights. In the short run, four airwaves are spreading hymen. There were 4 hijackers with Flight 93 and 5 were hijackers in the rest.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is notified about flight 11 at 8:30 in the morning. They immediately inform North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD). For the rescue of Flight 11 by preparing NORAD two combat aircraft F-15s.

Five hijackers flying 11 towards the World Trade Center in danger at 8:40 am. Flight 8 crashed into the North Tower of World Trade Center at 8:46. The building was set on fire. In the 17th minute, at 9.30 am, the United Airlines Flight 175 hit the South Tower of World Trade Center. The buildings of the World Trade Center are set on fire. After 56 minutes of burning fire, the South Tower collapsed in complete form at 9.55 minutes. On the other side, after the blaze of 102 minutes, the North Tower collapsed at 10:28 pm. In this way, the biggest buildings in the world merge into the ground.

Twin Towers affected by air strikes

On the other hand, American Airlines's Flight 77 was heading towards Virginia. At 9.37 am, America's Defense System hit America's first defense of the Pentagon in 77 places.

A part of the Pentagon was devastated after the attack

United Airlines flight 93 then was in the sky. Flight 93 crashed near Pennsylvania at 10.30 in the morning. All the passengers including 4 hijackers were killed. It is assumed that Flight 93 aims at the President's House White House.

This horrific attack killed 29996 people. 6,000 people were injured. In the Pentagon's Pentagon, 125 workers died. 343 firefighters were killed in the fire. About 10 billion dollars are financial losses. The stock market of the whole world.

All the airplanes in the airplane were declared an emergency landing. American Air Force has been instructed to destroy any of the hijacked planes in the sky and destroy it immediately. FAA closes all types of international flights in America. Thousands of passengers were trapped in the airport. More than 500 flights are returned. Among them 226 aircraft landed in Canada. Canada launched the operation Yellow Ribbon to provide such a large number of aircraft and passengers. President George Bush is kept on a plane all day to protect.

The events of 9/11 caused stirring around the world. Panic among the American Muslims is created. After the 9/11 incident, the history of the world has changed rapidly. Get ready to fight the war. Thousands of people were killed in Afghanistan and Iraq.

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