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Yours, Mine, or Ours - Settling the Question on D.B Cooper's Parachutes

Practically the only thing Cooper sleuths agree on regarding the parachutes provided to the hijacker were that there were FOUR total chutes given to him at SeaTac Airport. 580 more words

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Witness Comes Forward - D. B. Cooper Suspect Kenny Christiansen DID Bury Cash Behind His House After the Hijacking.

(UPDATE: A 30-minute video has been uploaded to YouTube with Kyle’s interview. We apologize in advance for the traffic noise, which was unavoidable. The area of Bonney Lake, WA where Kenny Christiansen’s old house sits today has been built up tremendously in the last few years, but it was the place we HAD to film the video. 1,161 more words

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Delta looks back on the 10th Anniversary of the Northwest merger

Ten years ago, Delta made history when it announced a merger with Northwest Airlines – a pairing that would create a global powerhouse that is today the acknowledged industry leader. 441 more words

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Amtrak Appoints Vice President for Safety

Amtrak has appointed a former airline safety officer to the post of executive vice president and chief safety officer.

Ken Hylander retired as a senior vice president for Delta Air Lines in 2014. 229 more words

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Delta Sunsets 747 Line, Last One Lands At MSP

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — She’s known as the Queen of the Skies. Wednesday, she made her final touchdown at MSP International.

Delta is giving its Boeing 747s a farewell tour as it retires its use of the aircraft. 470 more words


History Takes Flight At Northwest Airlines Museum

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (WCCO) — There’s a little-known place in the Twin Cities where history is taking flight.

For decades, Northwest Airlines was headquartered in the Twin Cities before they merged with Delta in 2008. 474 more words