A aircraft has crashed after an worker carried out an “unauthorized takeoff” at Seattle-Tacoma Worldwide Airport (Sea-Tac) on Friday night time.
Sea-Tac airport confirmed the information in a tweet.
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The aircraft that took off was a Horizon Air Q400, in accordance with Alaska Airways.
The aircraft crashed into Ketron Island, in accordance with the Pierce County Sheriff’s Division.
Preliminary data from the sheriff’s workplace stated the aircraft was stolen by a mechanic who was doing stunts within the air or a scarcity of flying expertise that induced the crash into the island.
Alaska Airways had earlier suggested of a floor cease in response to questions from travellers who stated their planes had been delayed.
The bottom cease was later lifted.
A floor cease requires that each one planes assembly sure standards keep on the bottom.
They’re put into place when air visitors management can’t “safely accommodate extra plane within the system,” in accordance with the Nationwide Enterprise Aviation Affiliation.
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