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Hijacking / Pilots Strike #464604

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jun 16, 1972
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(Studio) In NYC, Intnl. Federation of Air Line Pilots Assns. asks members to call worldwide strike for 1 day as hijacking protest. In Washington, DC officials of Airline Pilots Association agree to go along with strike. Not certain how widespread strike will he.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(D) (Captain John O'DONNELL - deplores intnl. inactivity on hijacking of airplanes.] United States airlines go to court to try to stop strike. [Stuart TIPTON, airlines spokesman - says airlines and pilots have no differences on objectives.]
REPORTER: Peter Hackes

(Studio) Between 1930 and 1961 there were 14 skyjackings. Since 1961 there have been 133.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Hackes, Peter
Duration:
00:02:20

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