Stowaway who fell from KQ plane in London might have been a JKIA worker

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The Director of Kenya Civil Aviation Gilbert Kibe has said they suspect the stowaway who fell from a Kenya Airways plane in London was an airport employee.

Kibe told BBC that they are checking the names of airport employees to see if anyone is missing.

The man fell from the undercarriage of the plane and landed in a garden of a South London home.

Kenya Airways plane. [Source: The Sun]

The body of the unknown stowaway fell 1km into the back garden of a home.

“It looks highly likely he was an employee because security has been beefed up and no one without a pass could get near a plane,” an airport security official told The Sun.

“He could have been a baggage handler or one of a number of staff given airside clearance,” he said.

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According to witnesses the body fell approximately 10 minutes before the flight was due to land at Heathrow Airport.

The garden where the stowaway’s body fell. [Source: The Sun]

The body was obliterated immediately

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Timeline of the flight and when the stowaway’s body fell. [Source: The Sun]

According to the Sun, the flight from Nairobi to Heathrow takes eight hours and fifty minutes and cover 6,840km.

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