The 4 purported hijacked flights have grave problems as far as their
authenticity is concerned: A long list of documentation (or plain lack of it)
reveals inconsistent NTSB, BTS and FAA data. The 2 American
Airlines flights lacked records of required airport log data such as taxi-off
and wheels-off times. The 2 United Airlines flights were not deregistered until October 2005, as of official FAA records. Both should have been listed, by law, as 'destroyed'. Shortly thereafter, the FAA rectified this 'oversight' in a peculiar manner : in place of 'destroyed', the wording used was 'cancelled'. This evidence has not been challenged, to this day, by any of those air-regulating agencies nor by the airlines themselves.
Since no evidence has been forthcoming of the very existence of the 4 ‘hijacked’ airplanes,
the question of the passengers allegedly on board of them should be moot. However, multiple and repeated people-searches have attempted to backtrack and contact the alleged families of those passengers - to no avail. Thus, the prevailing indications of those longstanding investigations suggest that none of these people have ever existed. Moreover, the stories created around the alleged passengers simply do not stand up to scrutiny. As for the cell phone calls that they allegedly placed to their loved ones, they have by now been established as a technical impossibility.
Relevant Articles on the Fake Airplanes and Passengers
Exchange of letters
between Elias Davidsson and American Airlines
Participants in the Cover-Up of 9/11:
The Case of American and United Airlines
by Elias Davidsson
Evidence Against the Existence of AA11 and AA77
An Interview With Gerard Holmgren