> Anything I've read just said that the
> plane was "capable of carrying 100
> people". That's more giving an indication
> of the size of the plane and
> the damage it can do rather than saying
> that's how many people were on
> it. It's quite possible that the planes
> were empty when they were taken.
> An attack like this doesn't use hostages
> so what's the point in taking
Hmm. I dunno, about as much point as taking out the
The 737 can carry 100, while the 767 can carry 269
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