A North Carolina judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against Charlotte, its airport and an airline by the family of a teen who apparently fell to his death from the wheel well of a jet approaching Boston.
The family of a teen who fell from the wheel well of a jet in a Boston suburb two years ago is suing Charlotte, its airport and US Airways.
Officials say the perimeter of Charlotte’s airport has been breached twice recently despite enhanced security concerns following the death of a young airplane stowaway last year.
A federal agency says it didn’t order police in North Carolina to seal a report about a teen who died after stowing away in the wheel well of a jet flying from Charlotte to Boston.
The investigation of how a North Carolina teenager got into a wheel well of a flight to Boston is complete, and the airport where the flight started is making changes.
Sources tell the i-Team the North Carolina investigation into the death of 16-year-old Delvonte Tisdale is complete but that the city manager in Charlotte wants the report to remain confidential. At the same time, there’s a call for a review of airport security across the country by a local Congressman.
A Massachusetts congressman says he is concerned that Homeland Security officials have not announced corrective actions since a teenager breached security at a North Carolina airport and hid in the wheel well of a Boston-bound plane.
The family of a North Carolina teenager who fell to his death from a plane over Milton is apparently considering a lawsuit.
Failed airport security has once again linked Boston with the airport in Charlotte, North Carolina, the I-Team has learned.
Following an extensive search in Milton Friday in which authorities recovered a pair of sneakers and a shirt, the Norfolk District Attorney says a teenager likely fell from a plane’s wheel well to his death.