The U.S. senator from Washington said the theft of a Horizon Air aircraft exposed problems with the nation’s airport security protocols and said a hearing is needed to explore potential new measures.. bizjournals
Richard Russell, the airline worker who is suspected of stealing an empty airplane from a Seattle airport on a flight that ended in his death, once ran a bakery with his wife and enjoyed the benefits..
The man who stole an empty Horizon Air turboprop plane from Sea-Tac International Airport was Richard Russell, a U.S. official briefed on the matter told The Associated Press. Tony Dokoupil reports for..
Federal regulators and U.S. airport representatives are talking Monday about possible tarmac security changes after a baggage handler stole a passenger plane at the Sea-Tac airport Friday night and.. NPR
Federal officials announced late Sunday that they recovered the flight data recorder and human remains from the stolen commercial airplane that took off from Sea-Tac International Airport and crashed.. FOXNews.com
In the wake of Friday's security incident, airport and airline officials will meet to discuss whether any policies need to change. One expert says it's possible there won't be many changes to make. Seattle Times
Investigators, friends and family are trying to understand why 29-year-old Richard "Beebo" Russell stole a 76-seat plane from SeaTac International Airport in Seattle for a final, fatal flight... CBS News
The family of a man who authorities say stole a Horizon Air turboprop plane from Sea-Tac International Airport and crashed it on an island in Puget Sound on Friday night, said news of the incident was.. FOXNews.com
Negotiating with a ground-crew member flying upside down above Puget Sound is normally not part of the job description. Yet that was the scenario Friday night, after Horizon Air employee Richard.. Seattle Times
Richard Russell was "a quiet guy. It seemed like he was well liked by the other workers," said Rick Christenson, an operational supervisor with Horizon Air who retired in May. "I feel really bad for.. Seattle Times