Honoring the Flight Crews That Died 12 Years Ago Today

A dozen years seems like forever, doesn’t it? Yet September 11, 2001 is still so vivid in my memory that it might as well have been yesterday. As I’ve done every year since I saw Holly Hegeman first do it on PlaneBusiness, let us take a minute and remember those who died doing their jobs. Here are the names of the flight crews on each of the flights that never made it to their destination that day.

American 11 (Boston to Los Angeles)
Crashed into World Trade Center
John Ogonowski, Dracut, Mass., Captain; Thomas McGuinness, Portsmouth, N.H., First Officer; Barbara Arestegui, flight attendant; Jeffrey Collman, flight attendant; Sara Low, flight attendant; Karen Martin, flight attendant; Kathleen Nicosia, flight attendant; Betty Ong, flight attendant; Jean Roger, flight attendant; Dianne Snyder, flight attendant; Madeline Sweeney, flight attendant

United 175 (Boston to Los Angeles)
Crashed into World Trade Center
Victor J. Saracini, Lower Makefield Township, Pa., Captain; Michael Horrocks, First Officer; Amy Jarret, flight attendant; Al Marchand, flight attendant; Amy King, flight attendant; Kathryn Laborie, flight attendant; Michael Tarrou, flight attendant; Alicia Titus, flight attendant; Robert J Fangman, flight attendant

American 77 (Washington/Dulles to Los Angeles)
Crashed into the Pentagon
Charles Burlingame, Captain; David Charlebois, First Officer; Michele Heidenberger, flight attendant; Jennifer Lewis, flight attendant; Kenneth Lewis, flight attendant; and Renee May, flight attendant

United 93 (Newark to San Francisco)
Crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania
Jason Dahl, Colorado, Captain; Leroy Homer, Marlton, N.J., First Officer; Sandy Bradshaw, flight attendant; CeeCee Lyles, flight attendant; Lorraine Bay, flight attendant; Wanda Green, flight attendant; Deborah Welsh, flight attendant


11 Responses to Honoring the Flight Crews That Died 12 Years Ago Today

  1. Henry says:

    Thank you, Brett.

  2. Thanks Brett for that moment remembering them.

  3. Reese says:

    Well done; thank you.

  4. Jay says:

    I remember that day and my friend Peggy A who was a United First Responder…fly safe all!

  5. Sue says:

    Thank you !!

  6. sam says:

    May Allah bless their souls.

  7. BattleAxe says:

    You’re a good man, Cranky.

  8. May God bless all of these people and their families… NEVER FORGET!!!

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