Two Euro Fighter intercept jumbo jet, forcing him to land at Cologne / Bonn

German Euro Fighter, Source: Wikimedia Commons

On 2.4. we read a surprising message in the newspapers about an unusual assistance which granted the Bundeswehr police:
"Two fighter planes of the Bundeswehr have intercepted a plane from Nigeria over German airspace during the weekend. The Euro Fighter had directed the machine to Cologne / Bonn airport. The Luftwaffe had been alerted by the Federal Police, when the aircraft had been reported stolen. The machine is now in a hangar of the Bundeswehr and should not start now. The alleged owner of the flier from Oxford in England had reported the machine as stolen. "

This evokes memories of four aircraft, where luck was not destined to be intercepted by the air force and forced to land at the nearest airport:

  1. The American Airlines Flight 11, which crashed into the North Tower of the WTC on 11.9.2001.
  2. The United Airlines flight that crashed into the South Tower of the WTC on 11.9.2001.
  3. The American Airlines Flight 77, which crashed into the Pentagon.
  4. The United Airlines Flight 93, which crashed in Shanksville.

The question of why chains of command on that fateful day were blocked and who is not giving orders, is the question of the gist of the matter.

Recent findings about the "failure" of the US Air Force at that day's z. B. Here in a 9/11 archive.

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One Response to "Two Euro Fighter intercept jumbo jet, forcing him to land at Cologne / Bonn"

  1. Otto says:

    When the planes smashing into the the WTC Gebeuden is Komputeranimation. Nobody seen airplanes, only on the screen in the living room they were watching. The alleged witnesses were indeed the Komputerexperten should ensure that now worried it all people in the world believe.
    Gruss Otto

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