AeroMexico Plane Hijacked, Lands in Mexico City

Reuters is reporting an AeroMexico passenger plane was hijacked at the airport Cancun on Wednesday and flown to Mexico City's international airport.

The plane, which was reportedly carrying 104 passengers, just landed in Mexico City. El Universal and Reforma websites said three men earlier seized control of the plane and threatened to blow it up unless they were allowed to speak to President Felipe Calderon, according to the report.  Travel Agent will continue to relay details as they emerge.


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