2018 Bombardier Dash 8 hijacking incident
Merge/redirect if needed – AFC once again reveals itself to be a walled garden, out of touch with the encyclopedia as a whole. There is an existing article at 2018 Horizon Air Q400 incident, quite well developed and full of sources. The first version I viewed attempted to source the thing with the likes of blogs and Twitter before national media outlets picked up the story. First, it looks like neither of the sources in this draft are in the article, despite being stronger than many of the sources found there at present. Second, Dan arndt, if you feel so strongly that this isn't notable, I'll be looking forward to seeing you take the article to AFD. Unless, of course, you're content to exist in a walled garden and feel that this particular piece of content should be an island unto itself and incongruous with any like content found elsewhere on the encyclopedia. RadioKAOS / Talk to me, Billy / Transmissions 23:51, 11 August 2018 (UTC)
The 2018 Bombardier Dash 8 hijacking incident occurred on August 10, 2018, when a Bombardier Dash 8 turboprop airliner operated by Horizon Air, a subsidiary of Alaska Airlines, was stolen from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in the U.S. state of Washington. The hijacker was reportedly a ground employee for Horizon Air.
References[edit | edit source]
- Airline reports stolen aircraft, witnesses report chase. Thompson, Elaine and Balsamo, Michael. The Washington Post. 10 August, 2018. Retrieved 11 August, 2018.
- Unauthorized takeoff from Sea-Tac does loops, crash lands near Tacoma. Millman, Zosha. Seattle Post-Intelligencer. 10 August, 2018. Retrieved 11 August, 2018.
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