United Airlines Releases Names of Passengers and Crew Members Onboard United Flights 93 and 175
12 Sep 2001, 01:03 PM, EST
With deep sadness, United Airlines now is confirming a partial list of the names of passengers and a full list of crew members onboard UA Flights 93 and 175. Both aircraft were confirmed to have crashed in yesterday's unprecedented acts of terrorism. At the request of the victims' families, a number of names have been withheld from release. Out of respect for the families and in line with sentiments expressed to the airline by the families, United yesterday decided not to release this partial list until this morning.
United Chairman and CEO James E. Goodwin said, "The thoughts and prayers of all of us at United are with the families and friends of the victims. United is committed to helping the families and friends of these victims and has mobilized family assistance teams around the nation to help. In addition, we will make every resource available at this company to assist the authorities with every aspect of the investigation. Yesterday's unprecedented chain of events has been devastating for all of us at United, to our nation, and to people around the world."
There were two pilots, five flight attendants and 38 passengers onboard flight UA 93.
There were two pilots, seven flight attendants and 56 passengers onboard flight UA 175.
The passenger and crew member names for each flight are as follows:
UNITED FLIGHT 93
CAPTAIN JASON DAHL
FIRST OFFICER LEROY HOMER
FLIGHT ATTENDANT LORRAINE G. BAY
FLIGHT ATTENDANT SANDRA W. BRADSHAW
FLIGHT ATTENDANT WANDA A. GREEN
FLIGHT ATTENDANT CEECEE LYLES
FLIGHT ATTENDANT DEBORAH A. WELSH
UNITED FLIGHT 175
CAPTAIN VICTOR SARACINI
FIRST OFFICER MICHAEL HORROCKS
FLIGHT ATTENDANT ROBERT J. FANGMAN
FLIGHT ATTENDANT AMY N. JARRETT
FLIGHT ATTENDANT AMY R. KING
FLIGHT ATTENDANT KATHRYN L. LABORIE
FLIGHT ATTENDANT ALFRED G. MARCHAND
FLIGHT ATTENDANT MICHAEL C. TARROU
FLIGHT ATTENDANT ALICIA N. TITUS