“Operation Entebbe was the turning point, after which the world woke up and increased its security to the point where the word "skyjacking" has been nearly forgotten within the Western world.”
“When you're close to a ship you can perform a "skyjacking" and hop onto the aircraft to try and bust in, but the process of doing this is a drawn out, repetitive affair.”
“A woman in the United States is claiming that her uncle carried out the brazen hijacking of an airplane 40 years ago and escaped with $200,000 in the only unsolved skyjacking in American history.”
“However, in 1968, skyjacking suddenly became a major problem for United States aircraft.”
“The first skyjacking of a United States airliner occurred in May, 1961 with Cuba as the destination.”
“I counted out eight days 'worth -- 21 pills or capsules daily, plus vitamins -- and added one week, in case of skyjacking or kidnapping.”
“The discovery of a buried parachute last month may have stirred the imagination about finally solving the famous D.B. Cooper skyjacking-and-vanishing act, but it turns out that was not to be.”
“It was a momentous day because the world at the time had been seriously depressed by waves of the event we now call "skyjacking.”
“None of the ethnic rights groups, however, has offered any data to dispute the widespread assumption that in the three decades since the Palestine Liberation Organization invented skyjacking, a disproportionate number of hijackers and plane bombers have had Middle Eastern ties.”
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