I saw some news articles on this proposed Discovery Channel special docu-drama on UA
93. From those articles:
They apparently do have the permission of a number of family members of the victims on that flight
They are trying to stick to recreating scenes based on known information, like from the phone calls from people on the flight and other recording devices. For example as they are not sure of the specific way in which the terrorists got into the cockpit, they are not giving that much attention to that in a scene.
There will be some literary license used to connect the scenes, flesh out the characters, but with great care so not to make phony history.
They are planning to show it on Sunday, 9/11/05.
A well done, not a sensational docudrama on this part of the 9/11 story, including not only the bravery and fear of the pax on that flight to prevent them from crashing into the Capitol or the White House, but also the screw ups by the terrorists. Remember there were only 4 on UA
93, not 5 as on the other flights, that apparently they went into their plot later than it should have, they took too long to 'execute' it and had the advantage of surprise gone by the earier timing of the WTC/Pentagon attacks.
777DadandJr noted visiting the site where UA93 crashed in Pennsylvania. I posted 2 weeks ago that the site is a National Memorial Park site, and that a committee is down to 5 finalists for a design for a memorial at the site, with a final approved design to be determined soon and to be under construction next year.