Tuesday, 23 July 2013

The Helsinki warning

[An article headed Administrative notice was published yesterday by Lisa Parrish on the blog The Great Whatsit.  It deals with the infamous Helsinki warning and includes a copy of the notice to personnel posted in the Moscow embassy of the USA on 13 December 1988. The article reads in part:]

Here is the full text:
To:  All Embassy Employees
Subject:  Threat to Civil Aviation
Post has been notified by the Federal Aviation Administration that on December 5, 1988, an unidentified individual telephoned a U.S. diplomatic facility in Europe and stated that sometime within the next two weeks there would be a bombing attempt against a Pan American aircraft flying from Frankfurt to the United States.
The FAA reports that the reliability of the information cannot be assessed a this point, but the appropriate police authorities have been notified and are pursuing the matter. Pan Am has also been notified.
In view of the lack of confirmation of this information, post leaves to the discretion of individual travelers any decisions on altering personal travel plans or changing to another American carrier. This does not absolve the traveler from flying an American carrier.

Eight days later, on December 21, 1988, a Pan Am flight that originated in Frankfurt, then passed through Heathrow en route to New York’s JFK airport, exploded over Lockerbie, Scotland, killing all 243 passengers and 16 crew. The flight was bombed by Libyan nationals.

What’s remarkable about this in retrospect is that the US State Department chose to alert its employees in Moscow and Helsinki, but the FAA issued no broader alert to the public about this very specific threat. The existence of this memo is not a secret – it’s covered here, with some disconcerting additional details – so I’m not adding some new conspiracy-theory wrinkle to the story by posting it here.

I clearly must have held on to the memo because of the Lockerbie crash, but I don’t recall feeling outraged at the time that there had been no broader alert. And even today, I honestly wonder how much the government would, or should, reveal about such warnings. Alerting people to avoid a particular carrier’s flights could result in severe economic consequences for that airline – but should that matter if lives are at stake? Is the only humane response to send out widespread alerts, even if they create consternation and fear? Or would that be succumbing to the very “terror” that terrorists intend to foment?

[The best treatment of the Helsinki warning that I am aware of is to be found here and here on Caustic Logic’s blog The Lockerbie Divide.]

15 comments:

ebol said...

Mission Lockerbie, 2013: Definitive no inter-line Bag transfer from air Malta,
KM-180, onto PanAm PA-103/A, via Frankfurt to PA-103/B in London Heathrow !
MEBO Doc. nr. 9987.rtf:

Bundeskriminalamt (BKA) ST 33-068507/88 Meckenheim 08.02.1989:
DUTY REPORT of ALERT comp. Frankfurt Airport, Position Transit x-ray (B 46).
Security x-ray specialist Kurt MAIER, was on 21st December 1988, divided for the mobile X-ray machine at Gate (B 46) - he was informed of the Helsinki warning.

The x-ray maschine started (15:30) up for examination inter-line bags to PanAm flight, PA-103/A.
During the scanning procedure between time 16.25 -16.30 have been tested :
10 suitcases, 2 travel bags and 1 box measuring approximately 30x20x20 cm wer sent through the system. No unusual features were seen on the monitor !

Thus, only 13 inter-line pieces of luggage were loaded on the shuttle flight
PA-103/A in Frankfurt ! Definitive no inter-line Bag transfer from air Malta,
KM-180, onto PanAm flight
PA-103/A :

1 inter-line bag, Tray nr.
B-8042, via (HM-5) from passenger nr.3, Aubbrey H. (This inter-line bag was checked out from passenger Aubbrey at Heathrow)!

*3 inter-line bags,¨Tray nr. B-354 ,B-10773, B-10467, via counter (V3-203)from passenger nr.99, K. Noonan.

*3 inter-line bags, Tray nr. B-4809.B-6001, B-7418, via counter (HM-3) flight LH-631 from Kuwait; passenger nr.43, Walker T.

*1 inter-line bag, Tray nr. B-5620via counter (HM-3) from passenger nr.10, Bennett L.

*2 inter-line bags, Tray nr. B-5203, B5936, via counter (V3-204) from flight, LH-1453, passenger Coyle P.M.

*1 inter-line bag, Tray no. B-5620, via counter (HM-3)unaccompanied, from Roma, flight AZ-422, passenger Susan Costa, not on flight on PA-103/A and PA 103/B - with Passenger Transfer Message (PTM).

*2 inter-line bags, Tray no. B-3148, B-4573, via counter (HM-2) unaccompanied, from flight LH-241, passenger Weinacker A.- not on flight PA-103/A and PA-103/B - with Passenger Transfer Message (PTM).

* Of the 13 inter-line bags are loaded on the feeder flight PA-103/A, in Frankfurt, only 12 inter-line bags was loaded in (hold 1) which were transfered at Heathrow, directly now as on-line bags on flight PanAm-103/B to New York.

Items of luggage that have arrived at Frankfurt on a flight other than PanAm are inter-line luggage.
For the PanAm 103 Frankfurt-to-London flight the luggage to New York was was loaded into (Hold 1).
In (Hold 2) had loaded all the mail for London, and the newspapers. (Hold 3) had the mail for London and Frisco, and (Hold 4) had London bags. The load plan was signed by the Loadmaster.

by Edwin and Mahnaz Bollier, MEBO Ltd. Switzerland. Webpage: www.lockerbie.ch

ebol said...

MEBO completion to the above comment:
The Airport FRANKFURT had nothing to do with a (IED) Transfer on the
PanAm 103 Frankfurt-to- Heathrow flight to New York !

The misrepresentation of the evidence by the Court in Kamp van Zeist, about a transfer of a "bomb suitcase" - containing a "Toshiba" RadioRecorder (IED) - were transfered as inter-line bag (Tray nr. 8849) by AirMalta, flight KM 180, in Frankfurt to feeder flight PA-103/A (via counter nr.206) - is a fraud of evidence !
Only 13 inter-line baggage were delivered, to the checkpoint (B46) for the x-ray examination and all luggage can be assigned to !

Therefore the court must take back the assertion - that the "bomb bag", was from Malta via Frankfurt to London Heathrow, into PA-103/B infiltrated.
Egänzung zum obigen Kommentar: Teh Airport FRANKFURT hatte nichts zu tun mit einem (IED) Transfer to London Heathrow am 21. Dezember 1988 !!

by Edwin Bollier, MEBO Ltd

Rolfe said...

You've given two different reconciliations for 5620 in that list. One for Bennett and one for Costa.

The Costa case was in 5070, not 5620.

Please explain how the Bennett case comes to be in the interline category. The Bennett party were direct boarders at Frankfurt.

Also please explain the relevance of Aubrey. Aubrey was not a Frankfurt transfer passenger either. The reconciliation for tray 8042 is for flight PA643, passenger Wiebke Wagenfuhr, which is an online bag.

If you really want to find a legitimate luggage match for 5620, try Francis Boyer. But Fuhl didn't make that match and identified Boyer as collecting and re-checking his luggage at Frankfurt.

There are only 11 legitimate identified interline items. These are as follows.

Weinacker, 2 suitcases
Noonan, 3 holdalls
Coyle, 1 suitcase 1 holdall
Costa, 1 suitcase
Walker, 1 suitcase 1 briefcase and 1 carton of glassware.

So Maier only saw 2 holdalls when there were 4. He didn't note the briefcase. He did see Mr. Walker's carton of glassware.

We know which trays these 11 items were in. The two mystery trays are 5620 and 8849. There are no legitimate matches for these, unless you want to drag in the Boyer case for 5620.

If you want to drag in Bennett and Aubrey, you need to explain how.

ebol said...

Attn. Rolfe:
Thank you for your attention, yes it is my mistake - sorry passenger Susan Costa had the Tray B-5070.
For the other questions, the answer soon follows,
best edwin

ebol said...

Attn. Rolfe, response to their questions:

The star * in front BENETT's name on the passenger list makes attention to the following:
Arriving in Frankfurt from another airline, as passenger (nr.10, on passenger list PA-103/A)
* BENNETT L. direct boarded at Terminal check-in at Frankfurt Airport, but his bag (M1) was coming from a other airline in transit and was coded as inter-line bag in the "Interline Baggage Hall Middle" on inter-line counter, as tray nr. B-5620.- befor loading, x-rayed by station (B 46) and placed in (Hold 1) PA-103/A.

The same applies for passenger no.3, *AUBREY M. on Passenger list of PA-103/A.
He had boarded directly on check-in at Terminal at Frankfurt Airport, but his bag (M1), which coming from a other airline in transit (see *star) and which coded as inter-line bag on inter-line counter, as tray nr. B-8042 - befor loading - x-rayed at station (B 46) and placed into PA-103/A (not for transfer on PA-103/B to New York)

Rolfe ok you have right - Kurt Maier did not enter into details, but he controlled the 13 inter-line baggage with x-ray proper.
The 12 known ex inter-line bags from Frankfurt were found around Lockerbie and identified, by Douglas Roxburgh, a policeman for Dumfries & Callowaye and William Williamsen a Detective Inspector and other. None of these bags at what 'IED' !


Regarding the "bomber-suitcase" which was declared to be on ex Tray nr B-8849 which was allegatedly brought by Air Malta flight KM-180 via Frankfurt on bord of PanAm-103/A, it can clearly be proven, that this suitcase was on a "normal" passenger bag on-line, by special reasons, coded as "inter-line" bag belonging
to, Ms. W. Wagenführer, travelling on flight PanAm PA-643 from Berlin-Tegel.
Ms. Wagenführer finished his journey in London-Heathrow and was there collecting his baggage. This clearly proves, that Ms. Wagenführer's bag could have not been loaded onto the disastrous flight PA-103/B.

I hope it is clear - there were only 13 interline bags on PA-103/A feeder flight from Frankfurt.

best Edwin Bollier, MEBO Ltd, Switzerland, URL: www.lockerbie.ch

Rolfe said...

Mrs. Wagenfuhr's bag was 8042. It is a perfect match on the worksheet. She flew in on PA643, and tray 8052 reconciles as the PA643 luggage. There is no mystery. There is absolutely no way her bag reconciles to 8849.

There are only 11 known interline bags, and it is known which trays they were in. The two trays which do not reconcile to known luggage are 8849 and 5620.

You can't just assert that the Bennett and Aubrey bags came through the interline system without producing evidence. Which flights did these cases arrive on? Why? What time did they land? Which interline stations were they coded at?

Edwin, you are utterly bonkers. You're just making this up.

ebol said...

Attn. Rolfe, the hissing cat with claws...

It Is provable: dosn't 11 - but real 13 piece inter-line luggage were loaded on PA-103/A.. After that - the real 12 piece ex inter-line luggage were transferred to PA-103/B in Heathrow.
The 12 damaged luggage found around Lockerbie, could be associated with the owners !
Airport Frankfurt has with a transfer of an bag from Air Malte nothing to do !
More answer and information follows soon.
best Edwin

baz said...

The "Helsinki warning" may in some very limited features agree with the official version of events or even other theories of a Frankfurt origin but it is wildly inaccurate and the authorities were quite right not to publicise it.

Rolfe said...

Yes. Let's take this slowly.

Only 11 identified items of interline luggage are recorded as being sent to PA103A.

All 11 were indeed tagged to be transferred to PA103.

Two of these were not recovered on the ground, but this is probably incidental as some luggage fell in inaccesible places. Some papers believed to have been packed in one of these items (Mr. Weinacker's old wooden-framed suitcase) were found at Lockerbie. Nobody knows what happened to Mr. Walker's carton of glassware. The other nine items were recovered (a couple of them badly shredded) and matched to their owners.

Kurt Maier x-rayed 13 items. It is virtually certain that the extra two items were those in trays 5620 and 8849.

Since we have no idea what these were, we do not know if they were tagged for Heathrow only, or for the transatlantic flight.

You can call it claws if you like, Edwin, but go over the baggage records with a fine-tooth comb and the only possible other item might be Mr. Boyer's (brown Samsonite) case being 5620. Except that was rejected by Jurgen Fuhl.

Simply asserting that other random items of baggage might have been involved doesn't do anyone any favours.

ebol said...

Attn. Rolfe --- doc. nr. 9981.rtf: google translation, german/english:

The still false representation by the court in Kamp van Zeist, validly until today
- the "suitcase bomb" for PanAm 103/B, was transfered by Air Malta (KM-180) into feeder flight PanAm (PA-103/A) at Frankfurt Airport, on 21 December 1988, needs to be corrected definitely !

The focus must go to the inter-line code stations (Counter) nr.2, nr.3, and nr.5 in the "Interline Baggage Hall Middle" (HM) -
and to the "Inter-line baggage coding at Hall "V3", on the counter nr.203, nr.204 and nr.206 -
and to the x-ray control station (B'46) and to loading the luggage into the feeder flight PA-103/A, and store into (Hold 1).

Through the "Worksheets" of FRA-luggage inter-line service (FA32) and the x-ray control station B 46 (Duty Report), it is clear that total only 13 pieces of inter-line items (by Tray numbers marked) - were loaded into PA-103/A - from it wer 12 items stored in (Hold 1) which later at Heathrow, *12 items, now as on-line luggage were loading into the main flight PA-103/B, for New York.

1 piece of luggage was checked out at Heathrow with its owner (with great probability, passenger Aubbrey H.)

For example: on container AVE 4041 PA, which contained the bomb, the following items were testified at Scottish Police: 1 bag with a rush tag on it, from pilot John Hubbard (but had no blast damage) ? 1 of the 2 lost bags of Adolph Weinacker. 1 bag from Susan Costa; this bags are unaccompanied.
1 bag from passenger Francis Boyer. 1 bag of 2 from passenger Patricia Coyle;
1 bag of 3 from passenger Karen Nooan; 2 suitcases of 3 items, from Thomas E. Walker.
+++
Individual names of passenger from the 13 inter-line items is not important, negligible...
Numbered tray from interline Baggage at Hall Middle (HM):
On counter nr.2: 2 items, inter-line, Tray, B-3148 and B-4573
On counter nr.3: 5 items, inter-line, Tray, B-4809; B-6001; B-7418; B-5620; B-5070
On counter nr.5: 1 item, inter-line, Tray, B-8042

Nummeriert in inter-line Hall (V-3):
On counter nr.203: Tray, B-3546; B-10773; B-10467
On counter nr.204: Tray, B-5203; B-5936
Total 13 items inter-line - thus no inter-line bag transfer between Air Malta KM-180 and PA-103/A.

The Airport FRANKFURT had nothing to do with a (IED) Transfer on the
PanAm 103 Frankfurt-to-Heathrow flight to New York !
The next focus is dedicated to the second suitcase of pilot Hubbard, diverted at Heathrow; suspect!

by Edwin Bollier, MEBO Ltd.



Rolfe said...

Edwin, this is a document you wrote yourself, is it not? You can write things, but that doesn't make them true.

Through the "Worksheets" of FRA-luggage inter-line service (FA32) and the x-ray control station B 46 (Duty Report), it is clear that total only 13 pieces of inter-line items (by Tray numbers marked) - were loaded into PA-103/A - from it wer 12 items stored in (Hold 1) which later at Heathrow, *12 items, now as on-line luggage were loading into the main flight PA-103/B, for New York.

1 piece of luggage was checked out at Heathrow with its owner (with great probability, passenger Aubbrey H.)


We know that 13 pieces of interline luggage were x-rayed, and we know the tray numbers.

We know whose luggage was in 11 of these trays, as follows. I can do it by coding station if you want.

HM2, 11.31. Trays 3148 and 4573. Adolf Weinacker. Unaccompanied suitcases, transferred to PA103.

HM3, 13.20. Tray 5070. Susan Costa. Unaccompanied rush tag suitcase, transferred to PA103.

HM3, 14.44-14.46. Trays 4869, 6001 and 7418. Thomas Walker. Accompanied. Black suitcase and black briefcase loaded on to PA103. Carton of glassware recorded as x-rayed and tagged for PA103 but not recovered. Could have been accidentally unloaded at Heathrow (Sidhu did not remember putting it in the container), or could have been lost in the fall at Lockerbie.

V3203, 12.39-12.41. Trays 10467, 10773 and 3546. Karen Noonan. Accompanied holdalls, transferred to PA103.

V3204, 12.40-12.41. Trays 5936 and 5203. Patricia Coyle. Accompanied suitcase and holdall, transferred to PA103.

The two trays not matched to known luggage are these.

V3206, 13.07. Tray 8849. Worksheet match for KM180 Malta (13.04-13.10) but no luggage on KM180 for PA103A.

HM3, 15.44. Tray 5620. Worksheet match for LH1071 Warsaw (15.41-15.45) but no luggage on LH1071 for PA103A.

You can forget tray 8042, coded at HM5 at 13.17. That had an online suitcase in it, transferred from PA643, owner Wiebke Wagenfuhr. It's not relevant to the interline reconciliation.

Tray 5620 might have contained a brown Samsonite suitcase belonging to Francis Boyer, but this was discounted by Jurgen Fuhl based on other records.

There is no other identified or unidentified interline luggage recorded as heading for PA103A through the computer transfer system.

If you want to match one of these trays to someone called Aubrey, you need to explain how, and what the evidence is.

If you want to say 5620 was Francis Boyer's case, you have to say what you know that Jurgen Fuhl didn't.

You can't show your evidence,because you made it up.

Rolfe said...

For example: on container AVE 4041 PA, which contained the bomb, the following items were testified at Scottish Police: 1 bag with a rush tag on it, from pilot John Hubbard (but had no blast damage) ? 1 of the 2 lost bags of Adolph Weinacker. 1 bag from Susan Costa; this bags are unaccompanied.
1 bag from passenger Francis Boyer. 1 bag of 2 from passenger Patricia Coyle;
1 bag of 3 from passenger Karen Nooan; 2 suitcases of 3 items, from Thomas E. Walker.
+++
Individual names of passenger from the 13 inter-line items is not important, negligible...
Numbered tray from interline Baggage at Hall Middle (HM):
On counter nr.2: 2 items, inter-line, Tray, B-3148 and B-4573
On counter nr.3: 5 items, inter-line, Tray, B-4809; B-6001; B-7418; B-5620; B-5070
On counter nr.5: 1 item, inter-line, Tray, B-8042

Nummeriert in inter-line Hall (V-3):
On counter nr.203: Tray, B-3546; B-10773; B-10467
On counter nr.204: Tray, B-5203; B-5936
Total 13 items inter-line - thus no inter-line bag transfer between Air Malta KM-180 and PA-103/A.


Pilot John Hubbard's case was online, and the online rush-tag luggage was not selected by Kilinc Tuzcu to be x-rayed, so it is irrelevant to this enumeration.

Francis Boyer was recorded by Jurgen Fuhl as having collected his suitcase from his flight and re-checked it as Frakfurt-origin luggage. So it wasn't any of the 13 interline items. Unless you have evidence Fuh did not have.

The 11 known items were those you list, Weinacker (2), Costa, Coyle (2), Noonan (3) and Walker (3). You are missing two.

You have arrived at 13 trays by including 8042 coded at HM5. This should not be included because it was an online suitcase belonging to Weibke Wagenfuhr who flew in to Frankfurt on PA643.

The 13 interline trays were the 12 others you list, plus 8849 coded at V3206 at 13.07.

I have told you exactly which tray each of the 11 known legitimate interline bags were in. I have shown to you that the two unknown trays are 8849 and 5620. If you think you know what was in either of thee you must explain why you think this.

It's no good just making stuff up and writing it down, Edwin.

Rolfe said...

The next focus is dedicated to the second suitcase of pilot Hubbard, diverted at Heathrow; suspect!

Pilot John Hubbard sent two suitcases from Berlin to Heathrow on 21st December, to wait there overnight and then travel on PA121 to Seattle on 22nd December.

Both suitcases were among the group of 11 online items coded at HM4 at 11.59-12.00. This was luggage which travelled on PA637 from Berlin, a delayed flight, and so the intended connection to PA107 was missed. These items were therefore rebooked for PA103A and entered at HM4 at that time.

When the 727 arrived at Heathrow, both cases should have been unloaded along with the rest of these 11 items. Then they would have waited there for the Seattle flight the next day. One case was handled correctly, and arrived in Seattle on 22nd December. The other one was accidentally sent to the rocket for PA103 by a baggage handler who saw the US destination and mistakenly thought the case should go to the transatlantic flight. This is the one that was found at Lockerbie.

No mystery, Edwin.

Rolfe said...

It's true that if we could find out for sure (or even to a good probability) what was in tray 8849, the Crown case would be destroyed absolutely. I would personally give a minor body part to find that out, but despite many hours trawling through passenger and baggage records I have been unable to identify a possible candidate.

As things stand, the destruction of the Malta loading theory lies in Malta and in London, not in Frankfurt. The evidence from Malta shows that there was no unaccompanied luggage on KM180. The evidence from Heathrow shows the bomb being introduced there about half past four. The evidence from Frankfurt is nothing but a bugger's muddle.

However, it is a bugger's muddle that contains tray 8849, which is a very very strange coincidence. One of only two trays where we can't even guess what was in it or where it came from. It's the one coded in the V3 hall, where rebooked luggage was not normally handled. 5620 might be explained as a re-booked item entered in Halle Mitte, either the Boyer case (if Fuhl was wrong, something we have no evidence for) or another undocumented rush-tag case like the ones on PA637.

It's possible to claim 8849 might have been another undocumented rush-tag case, but these weren't supposed to be coded in V3. And here we are suggesting one might have been not only coded in V3, but coded right in the middle of the coding window of KM180. The flight that came from the island where the clothes were purchased.

We know it wasn't the bomb, because of the evidence from Malta and Frankfurt. What the bloody blue blazes was it though? I for one am completely baffled.

ebol said...

Attn. Rolfe, thank you very much (google translation, german/english):

You are right in two points, I correct myself, but according to the latest information I would like to publish the following.

For your information I will start again with the basis on the baggage situation in Frankfurt and on PA-103/A & PA-103/B, supported on the computer printout and the encoding of the memory numbers in the allocation of tray numbers from the FRA-luggage rake center:

The following integrated additional numbers after the tray numbers: no 0009, 0011 and 0012, show inter-line baggage in (Hall V3) and the numbers 0070, 0072, 0074 and 0076 are in the (Hall M) are also for inter-line baggage.
After the computer printout, it is clear that total 25 "inter-line" baggage were transferred to the feeder flight PA-103/A in Frankfurt.

We now know that at this time by the (Allied status quo in West Berlin) all on-line baggage of PanAm flights from Berlin, which were coded and were transfered over the conveyancing system in Frankfurt, had received the status as "inter-line" bag.
Real onl-line baggage on Pan Am flights could be transferred in Frankfurt only on-line, when the luggage outside the "gates" could be directly transferred from aircraft to aircraft.

Presentation:
Of the 25 pieces of luggage, which encoded as "inter-line" on (Hall M) and (V3), were loaded on PA-103/A.
11 piece real on-line bags were before from flights, PA-637; PA-639;. PA-107, tray nr. B-0622; B-1898; B-4971; B-8238; B-12244; B-11435; B-10852;
B-6696; B-6559; B-6391; B-2377.
These 11 items were examined in Berlin with x-ray and thus were not x-ray tested in Frankfurt!

Correction: the remaining baggage consisting of 14 pieces of luggage:
1 bag on-line, from flight PA-643, of passenger nr.31, W. Wagenführ, marked at counter nr.5, (HM) as inter-line bag with tray nr. B-8042. This bag was not checked in Frankfurt with x-ray because it has already been x-ray tested in Berlin.

By x-ray control to station (B 46) is proved that at least the following 13 bags, real inter-line items had been checked by Kurt Maier.

(Counter nr.2):
* 2 bag, unaccompanied, from flight LH-241 (A. Weinacker) Tray nr. B-3148,
B-4573; with Passenger Transfer Message (PTM).

Counter nr.3):
* 3 items from flight LH-631, T. Walker, Tray no. B-4809, B-6001, B-7418
* 1 bag tray nr. B-5620, flight and passenger not clear, unknown ?
* 1 bag unaccompanied, of flight AZ-422, tray no. B-5070, from Susan Costa -
with Passenger Transfer Message (PTM).

(Counter nr.203):
* 3 bag, tray nr. B-3546, B-0773, B-10467, from flight LH-1453, K. Noonan.

(Counter nr. 204)
* 2 bag, tray nr. B5203, B-5936, from flight LH-1453, passenger P. Coyle.

(Counter nr. 206)
* 1 bag, tray nr. B-8849, flight unknown, passenger unknown, (no PTM) ?

The real 13 "inter-line" pieces of luggage were loaded on the shuttle flight
PA-103/A in Frankfurt. No evidence for a inter-line bag or "Bomb Bag" transfer from Air Malta KM 180, into PanAm flight PA-103/A, at Frankfurt !

1 "inter-line" bag, tray no.B-8042, was checked out from passenger Wagenführ
at Heathrow).

* From 13 inter-line bags were loaded on PA-103/A, 12 bags were in (Hold 1) on feeder flight and were transported to Heathrow then transfered, now as on-line bags, to main flight PA-103/B - to New York.
New facts are tested, - soon...

by Edwin Bollier, MEBO Ltd. Telecommunication Switzerland. Webpage: www.lockerbie.ch