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Dozens of Saudi royals, businessmen, and their associates fled the United States following the 9/11 attacks.

Controversy Edit

Common allegations about the flights include that they may have been an avenue for al-Qaeda operatives involved in the 9/11 attacks to escape the U.S. and that corruption at a high level was needed to get the planes in the air.

Legal status Edit

An example of a common accusation: [1]

Democrats suspect President Bush, who met privately with the Saudi Arabian ambassador, Prince Bandar bin Sultan bin Abdul Aziz, on the morning of Sept. 13, 2001, may have personally authorized the controversial flights, several of which took place when all other U.S. commercial air travel had been halted.

The FAA reopened U.S. airspace at 11:00 A.M. Eastern time on September 13, 2001. [2]

According to Jean Heller: [3]

Most of the aircraft allowed to fly in U.S. airspace on Sept. 13 were empty airliners being ferried from the airports where they made quick landings on Sept. 11. The reopening of the airspace included paid charter flights, but not private, nonrevenue flights.

Corruption allegations Edit

According to Daniel Hopsicker, two of the chartered airplanes used to evacuate the Saudis were later used by the CIA "extraordinary rendition" capture program and one was owned by Gabonese dictator Omar Bongo. [4]

White House involvement Edit

According to Senator Charles Schumer: [4]

Right after September 11, there were thousands of planes for rent and hundreds of Boeing 727s virtually identical to the one the Bin Ladens used. But the plane that flew the Bin Ladens back to Saudi Arabia just happened to be same one used by the Bush White House as a press charter.

That flight was B727 N521DB from DB Air or Ryan International. [4]

Police involvement Edit

The FBI provided escorts at the request of some of the departing Saudi families. According to an FBI official: [5]

"we'd do that for anybody if they felt they were threatened - we wouldn't characterize that as special treatment."

Cover-up Edit

The Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Homeland Security refused to respond to public requests for information about the flights. [6]

The offical FBI report for the Tampa-Lexington flight denies that this flight took place and states that the passengers arrived at Lexington by land. [7]

Federal agencies refused to provide the Senate with information about the flights. [1]

Lawsuits Edit

Judicial Watch lawsuit Edit

Judicial Watch sued the DHS and FBI in 2004 to obtain information about: [6]

  • How the decision was made to allow Saudis to leave the country
  • Flights carrying Saudis out of the US
  • The Tampa-Lexington flight
  • How the decision was made to allow the Saudis to leave without being questioned by the FBI
  • Any communications by the CIA, FBI, FAA, State Department, or White House on the subject
  • Names of passengers on the flights.

The US Customs Service denied having any information on any of these subjects other than a list of commercial passenger flights that happened to be carrying Saudis. [8]

The flights Edit

The FBI has knowledge of six charter flights carrying Saudis out of the U.S. between September 14 and September 24. [9]

International commerical passenger flights carrying Saudi passengers were described by Craig Unger as "60 previously undocumented Saudi post-9/11 evacuation flights." [10]

Other than the flight from Tampa to Lexington, very little information has been released on internal flights.

September 11 Edit

SA 210 Edit

South African Airways flight 210 left Atlanta, Georgia on September 11 carrying a single Saudi citizen with a birthdate of August 29, 1956. [8]

September 13 Edit

Tampa to Lexington Edit

From Tampa, Florida to Lexington, Kentucky. Feeder flight for later Lexington to London flight. [3] Known as "The Phantom Flight" due to official denials of its existence.

Passengers: [11]

The plane was a LearJet 35 managed by charter company Hop-a-Jet Inc [3] that flew from a Raytheon hangar. [13] Raytheon reported the airplane's tail number as 505RP, a number assigned to a Cessna Citation in Michigan. [3] Daniel Hopsicker identifies the aircraft as LearJet 35A tail number N36HJ, the only Learjet owned by Hop-a-Jet. [13]

The FBI, FAA, and White House denied that this flight took place. [3] Internal FBI records state that this group was denied permission to fly and instead traveled to Lexington by car, and that the guards said they flew because Prince Salman gave the boys strict orders to travel only by air. [7] The 9/11 commission confirmed that the flight took place by finding a departure record and interviewing the pilot. [13] Dan Grossi claimed that the flight was authorized by George H. W. Bush. [13] This combination of events suggests that the FBI was ordered to falsify their internal reports.

It was reported that two of the passengers were a son of Defense Minister Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz and a son of a Saudi army commander. [14] They had come to Tampa three weeks earlier to study English at the University of Tampa. After 9/11, they had a relationship of some sort with Tampa city police intelligence detectives. It is unclear whether they were under surveillance or whether they approached the police to request an escort out of the United State. [14] Hamzi, Zaid, and Mejrad had lived on Normandy Trace Drive in Tampa.

FBI records say there was a fourth Saudi passenger. [7] Grossi had said there were only three. [14] Tampa police records state that Sultan bin Fahad was there and he was on the later Lexington flight, identifying him as the fourth passenger. [14]

Prince Sultan's bin Fahad's father Fahd bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud had died of a heart attack in July 2001 at the age of 47. [15] Sultan would become the chairman of his father's company, the Eirad Group, in 2006. [16]

Talal al-Mejrad returned to Tampa University in 2002 and later worked for the Banque Saudi Fransi. [17]

SV 20 Edit

Saudia flight 20 left JFK airport carrying around 46 Saudis. [8]

Other flights on September 13 Edit

American Airlines flight 70 left Dallas-Fort Worth carrying a single Saudi citizen with birth date January 8, 1963. [8]

Swiss Air flight 129 left Washington Dulles International Airport carrying a single Saudi citizen with birth date November 6, 1964. [8]

September 14 Edit

Providence to Paris Edit

Four Saudis flew from Providence, Rhode Island to Paris on a plane owned by Frank Zammiello's Northstar Aviation. [4] Paciic Jet Company chartered the flight. [9] Hopsicker describes Zammiello as "a close business associate" of Mafia boss Raymond Patriarca, Jr.. [18]

SV 38 Edit

Saudi Arabian Airlines 38 left JFK carrying 14 Saudis. [8]

Los Angeles to ??? Edit

Unidentified airline, flight 728 left Los Angeles carrying 6 Saudis. [8]

Other flights on September 14 Edit

Passengers identified by birthdates only. [8]

  • ATL, Delta 70
    • 11/25/89
    • 9/17/28
    • 10/12/59
  • ATL, Delta 101
    • 8/21/47.
  • ATL, Delta 12
    • 3/19/66.
  • CHI AA 46
    • 12/19/59
  • CVG (Covington/Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky) unidentified airline flight 44
    • 6/7/78
    • 12/4/73
  • HOU Continental
    • 4/8/51
  • JFK British Airways 116
    • 5/15/77
    • 2/11/76
    • 3/28/77
  • JFK EgyptAir 986
    • 6/12/45
  • ORD (Chicago O'Hare) AA 42
    • 3/17/53
  • RDU (Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina) unidentified airline flight 174
    • 7/23/67
  • WAS (Washington, D.C.) United Airlines 2
    • 10/13/48

September 15 Edit

Lexington to London Edit

September 15 from Lexington, Kentucky to London, UK [19]

  1. Prince Ahmed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz - Owner of the Kentucky Derby winner War Emblem. Younger brother of Fahd Salman. [20] Died of a heart attack in 2002 at the age of 43. [21] According to Gerald Posner, Abu Zubaydah identified Prince Salman as an al-Qaeda contact in the Saudi government. [22]
  2. Ahmad O. H. Albiebi - Saudi, b.1961
  3. Hashim Abdelmagid Bashir - Sudani, b.1952
  4. Ali Ben Mohamed Aouni - Tunisian, b.1970 April 9
  5. Jesus Calda - Philipino, b. 1946 april 17
  6. Jack Rusbridge - British, b. 1932 Nov. 22 - Prince Salman's driver. [23]
  7. Salah al-Hammadi - Saudi, b. 1959 Sept 18 - editor-in-chief of Saudi Arabia's Premier Sports daily newspaper Arryadiah [24]
  8. Ehab Abelaglah Mohamed - "Sandawi", b. 1968 Feb 1
  9. Ahmad A. M. Alhamzi - Saudi, b. 1981 nov 22
  10. Talal M. M. Almejrad - Saudi, b. 1983 June 10
  11. Anthony John Stafford - British, b. 1946 March 4 - Probably the horse racing expert Tony Stafford. [25] [26]
  12. Mohamed Osman Ahmizo Elmarazki - Egypt, b. 1939 July 28
  13. Abdulsalam A. M. Alhaddad - Saudi, b. 1964 Nov. 6 - Private secretary to Prince Ahmed. [20]
  14. Fahad A. A. Alzeid - Saudi, b. 1980 Nov 24
  15. Prince Sultan bin Fahad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz - b.1982 - Prince Ahmad's nephew.

On September 13, the Lexington airport hosted "several private 747s parked on the tarmac with foreign flags on the tails and Arabic lettering on the sides." [14]

According to retired Lexington FBI supervisor Robert Foster, Prince Ahmed was known by the FBI to have "given an interview to a local TV station attesting to the fact that he was a cousin of Osama bin Laden" and was allowed to leave without being interviewed by the FBI. There is no known evidence of this television interview. [12]

Other flights on September 15 Edit

Passengers identified by birthdates only. [8]

  • Unidentified airport, United Airlines 944
    • 5/4/64
  • ATL, Delta 4600
    • 7/31/90
    • 11/30/92
    • 9/27/97
  • BOS, Swissair 127
    • 2/4/81
    • 11/1/83
  • Baltimore-Washington, British Airways 2194
    • 10/5/67
  • CVG, unidentified airline 48
    • 4/29/49
    • 7/18/58
  • DEN (Denver International) unidentified airline, unknown number
    • 12/20/97
  • DEN, Air Canada 576
    • 8/21/66
  • DEN, British Airways 2018
    • 12/19/60
  • DET, Northwestern 48
    • 4/28/74
  • DFW AA 50
    • 8/21/71
    • 9/7/59
  • DFW AA 78
    • 4/1/68
  • 9/3/65
  • DFW AA 490
    • 2/1/574
  • DFW AA 70
    • 7/24/59
  • DFW AA, unknown number
    • 11/19/76
  • EWR (Newark, New Jersey) Alitalia 607
    • 3/6/54
    • 3/2/61
    • 4/27/77
    • 7/15/75
  • EWR British Airways 188
    • 4/8/51 -- same birthday as HOU passenger on next line. Possible error.
  • HOU British Airways, unknown number
    • seven passengers
  • HOU British Airways 2024
    • ten passengers
  • HOU Continental 34
    • 2/3/59
  • HOU KL 662
    • three passengers
  • IAD Air France 27
    • 2/13/56
  • IAD BA 216
    • 3/17/53
  • JFK Japan Airlines 5
    • 3/2/45
  • JFK Swissair 139
    • 4/26/66
    • 9/11/74
  • Virgin Atlantic 10
    • 5/13/65

There was no LOS airport code in the us at this time, [27] but three flights from LOS are recorded. These entries may refer to LAX.

  • LOS BA 268
    • Four passengers
  • LOS KL 602
    • One passenger, birth date not recorded
  • LOS Lufthansa 457
    • 3/24/75
    • 2/12/80
  • MIA Air France 95
    • Three passengers
  • ORD (Chicago O'Hare) Air Canada 820
    • 10/5/67
  • ORD KL 612
    • 12/19/60
  • ORD United 958
    • 10/22/61
    • 9/16/71
  • PHX BA 2288
    • 4/22/73
  • SFO KL 606
    • 12/31/59

There was no SFR airport code. [27]

  • SFR Air France 83
    • 9/22/35
    • 5/22/43

There was no SPM airport code. [27]

  • SPM Northwestern 1810
    • 1/29/69
  • WAS UA 912
    • 1/11/59
    • 1/7/57
  • WAS UA 702
    • 7/1/57

September 16 Edit

Las Vegas to Geneva Edit

September 16 from Las Vegas, Nevada to Geneva, Switzerland. Paper dated September 14, 10:35 AM. [28]

  1. Prince Abdul Majeed bin Abdul Aziz al Saud
  2. Princess Sara Bint Abdul Mohsen Al Angari - Prince Abdul's wife
  3. Prince Abdul-Aziz Bin Faisal bin AbdulMajeed bin Abdul Aziz - Prince Abdul's grandson
  4. Prince Turki bin Faisal bin Abdul Majeed bin Abdul Aziz al saud - Prince Abdul's grandson
  5. Princess Sultana Albrahim - Prince Abdul's daughter-in-law, the kids' mother
  6. Alanood bint Faisal - daughter of Faisal bin Mishaal bin Abdulaziz
  7. Mohammed Aaisa Al Tayar - prefixed by "H.E." (His Eminence). Diplomatic passport. Middle name may be misspelled.

September 18 Edit

Universal Weather Edit

Four Saudis left Boston's Logan International Airport on charter flight operated by Universal Weather & Aviation. Daniel Hopsicker describes Universal Weather as a CIA front company that was later involved in "extraordinary renditions": [18]

"Universal Weather" has recently been reported to be a CIA contractor engaged in extraordinary renditions. The company was named in an article about an ACLU lawsuit against Jepperson, a San Jose, CA. aviation contractor also alleged to be flying CIA extraordinary renditions.

Italian investigative journalist Claudio Gatti alleged that Jepperson and three other companies were involved in CIA rendition flights. Gatti’s report, initially published in Italian business daily, Il Sole 24 Ore, named Universal Weather & Aviation Inc as one of the companies directly involved in servicing CIA flights, along with Jepperson, Air Routing International and Baseops Flight Planning.

September 20 Edit

Bin Laden Family Flight Edit

According to the 9/11 commisson: [29]

This flight "departed the United States on September 20 with 26 passengers, most of them relatives of Usama Bin Ladin. Screening of this flight was directed by an FBI agent in the Baltimore Field Office who was also a pilot... He also monitored the flight as it moved around the country – from St Louis to Los Angelos to Orlando to Washington Dulles and to Boston Logan ...

Two of the passengers on this flight had been the subjects of preliminary investigations by the FBI, but both their cases had been closed, in 1999 and March 2001, respectively, because the FBI had uncovered no derogatory information on either person linking them to terrorist activity. Their cases remained closed as of 9/11, were not reopened before they departed the country on this flight, and have not been reopened since.

This plane was Ryan International Flight 441. [18]

Passengers on the flight included: [30] [31]

  • Jason Blum - Los Angeles Police Department.
  • Najia Binladen
  • Khalil Binladen - brother of Osama
  • Sultan Binladen
  • Maria M.F. Bayma - b. 7/21/54, relative of Isabel, nationality listed as Saudi.
  • Isabel Bayma - Khalil's wife
  • Khalil Sultan Binladen
  • Shafig Binladen - Carlyle Group
  • Akberali Moawalla - British
  • Omar Awad Binladen - b. 4/10/70
  • Kholoud Osama Kurdi - b. 9/9/79 - flew on a diplomatic passport [31]
  • Badr Ahmed Binladen - b. 6/25/80
  • Nawaf Bark Binladen - b. 4/28/71 - son of Saudi Binladen Group head Bakr bin Laden. Name misspelled on passenger list.
  • Reem Hamza Asar - b. 5/15/78
  • Omar Saleh Almadoudi - b. 1/16/77
  • Faisal Saleh Almadoudi - b. 4/27/75
  • Mohamed Saleh Binladen - b. 9/22/82
  • Salman Salem Binladen - b. 9/18/77
  • Tamara Khalil Binladen - b. 1/16/81
  • Sana's Mohammed Binladen - b. 12/8/61
  • Mohammed Awed Aljohi - b. 4/20/72
  • Hasan Awed Aljohi - b. 5/24/76
  • Suyati BT SUmiran Sadar - b. 6/25/70 - Indonesian
  • Faisal Khalid Binladen - b. 10/22/80
  • Salem Ali Salem Alyafeai- b. 6/21/83 - Yemeni
  • Almtasim Mazen Alsawaaf - b. 8/12/83
  • J.P. Buonono - b. 7/29/55 - American
  • Joseph Allen Wyka - b. 7/21/68 - American
  • Ricardo V. Pascetta - b. 12/02/50 - American - guard

Jason Steven Blum graduated from Beverly Hills High School in 1986, [32] earned awards as an LAPD officer, then "had his own high profile security company and retired to Costa Rica" before dying in 2013 at at the age of 44. [33] Blum was a resident of Las Vegas, Nevada at the time of his death. [34]

Khalil bin Laden owned the Desert Bear mansion outside of Orlando, Florida.

Shafiq bin Laden was attending a Carlyle Group conference in Washington DC at the time of the 9/11 attacks. [35]

Kholoud Osama Kurdi moved from Saudi Arabia to Dubai in 2001 where she founded the Toujours jewelery brand. In 2013, Kurdi sold "exclusive jewellery pieces for the elite, with all proceeds going to charity." [36]

Nawaf bin Laden is the son of Bakr bin Laden, whose flying license was revoked by the FAA for "security concerns." [37]

The name of Joseph Wyka is similar to that of a Joseph Wyka who was director of State of the Art Security Agency and director of training for the Tom Patire Group of "family safety" companies. [38]

Ricardo Pascetta was a karate master. [39] [40] Pascetta died on April 7, 2012 at the age of 61. [41]

Las Vegas to Stamstead Edit

"On September 20, 2001, 18 members of the party of Saudi Prince Abdulmajeed Bin Abdulaziz departed from Las Vegas, Nevada, for Stamstead, England aboard a chartered B 727-21, tail number 727PX, destination Stamstead Airport (London) England," read the Commission addendum on the Saudi flights.

The airplane was owned by Lowell "Bud" Paxson, owner of Paxson Communications and the Christian broadcast network PAX-TV, [42] through Paxton's company Classic Designs Of Tampa Bay Inc. [18]

The FBI's Terrorist Screening Center ran the passenger list against the TIPOFF terrorist database and found no matches. [43]

September 22 Edit

New York to Paris Edit

September 22 from New York to Paris. Paper dated 9/21/01. [44]

  • Prince Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Alsaud - Prince Regent, became King in 2005.
  • Princess Salway Ahmed al-Ahmed - b. 3/3/62
  • Prince AbdulMajeed bin Abdulilah bin AbdulAziz - b. 11/11/93
  • Princess Fahdah bint Abdulilah bin AbdulAziz - b. 11/11/93
  • Jid Hamid - b. 5/19/64, from Morocco
  • Shadi Jaafar Saleh Mesmar - b. 10/13/74, from Jordan
  • Osama Hanafy Abdul-Kader - b. 4/10/60, from Egypt
  • Dean Earl Knect - b. 1/1/48, from USA
  • Abir Walid Mouamad - b. 10/17/76, from Britain
  • Rajaa Aki Murr - b. 10/10/63, from Lebanon
  • Safeya Ibrahim Hamid Amna Mussa - b. 1966
  • Garcia Dionisio Francisca - b. 6/5/50, from the Philippines

September 24 Edit

Las Vegas to Paris Edit

Passengers: [45]

  • Princess Madhawi Bint Abdul Aziz Al Saud - b. 2/14/47 - wife of Saad bin Muhammad bin Abdulaziz al Saud [46]
  • Prince Turki Bin Saad Bin Mohammed Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud - b. 2/5/59 - a similarly named prince died in 2013. [47]
  • Prince Saud Bin Saad Bin Mohammed Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud - b. 1960
  • Prince Sarah Bin Saad Bin Mohammed Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud - b. 6/26/66
  • Prince Alanoud Bin Saad Bin Mohammed Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud - b. 6/15/71
  • H. E. Dr. Badr Hassan Bin Shalhoub - b. 7/3/64
  • Mr. Mohammed Alyahya - b. 6/1/46
  • Mrs. Samiirah Hammad - b. 2/13/56
  • Mrs. Thanaa Hammad - b. 1/22/58
  • Mrs. Nouf Almihaisin - b. 6/24/74
  • Mrs. Lulway Abdul Maein - b/ 5/2/99
  • Mr. Sherif El Sayed Hegazy - Egyptian, b. 7/14/70
  • Mr. Ashraf Abou Shkrah - Egyptian, b. 1973
  • Mr. Tayah Soliman Karrar - Egyptian, b. 10/10/42
  • Mrs. Agata Okulus - Plish, b. 11/30/60
  • Mrs. Fadhila Rejeb - Tunisian, b. 2/4/65
  • Mr. Boubaker Boumalza - Frenmch, b. 10/28/56
  • Mrs. Hind Kassem - Lebanese, b. 2/5/50
  • Mrs. Zekra Bazou - Syrian, b. 1962
  • Mrs. Bedreya Ahmed Osman - Ethiopian, b. 1973
  • Mrs. Rugaiya Adam Mohamed - Nigerian, b. 1979
  • Mr. Wagdi Abdel Samad Abbas - Sudanese, b. 1975
  • Mrs. Abier Yaqoub Ahmed - Sudanese, b. 1973
  • Mrs. Greta Alarabi - Norwegian, b. 5/27/45

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