Representing the Flight Attendants
of American Airlines

Representing the Flight Attendants of American Airlines

5.25.14 – (LAA) – Remembering Those We Lost On AA Flight 191 – May 25, 1979

Flight 191 Memorial Plaque

APFA Special Message – Remembering Those We Lost On AA Flight 191 – May 25, 1979

Thirty-five years ago today, American Airlines Flight 191, a DC-10-10 carrying 10 San Diego- and LAX-based Flight Attendants, 3 pilots and 258 passengers crashed just after takeoff from Chicago en route to Los Angeles. All 271 people on board perished.

Flight Attendant Linda M. Prince (SAN)
Flight Attendant Carmen L. Fowler (SAN)
Flight Attendant James T De Hart (SAN)
Flight Attendant Mike Schassburger (SAN)
Flight Attendant Sally Titterington (SAN)

Flight Attendant Linda Bundens (SAN)

Flight Attendant Nancy T. Sullivan (SAN)

Flight Attendant Pauline (Paula) M. Burns (SAN)
Flight Attendant Carol Marie Ohm (LAX)

Flight Attendant Katherine Ann Hiebert (LAX)
Captain Walter Lux
First Officer James Dillard
Flight Engineer Alfred Udovich

In their memory, we will never forget.

Leslie Mayo
APFA National Communications Coordinator



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