On July 8, 2003, United Airlines Flight 93 was en route from Newark to Denver when it crashed, killing all 290 people on board.
The plane crashed in rural Montana on July 7, and authorities say the plane was carrying up to 260 people, including four crew members.
It was the worst disaster to hit a United Airlines flight in nearly 40 years.
The crash is a sad day for the United community.
United Airlines, the largest airline in the United States, is closing its doors for good.
The airline has closed the doors to its Minneapolis-St. Paul office, and its Minneapolis airport is closed.
The company is also suspending all airline flights to the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Singapore, and Taiwan.
The United Airlines CEO apologized to the families of the victims, but he also said the company will focus on improving its safety record and the safety of its employees.
“The company will be working to better our safety record, our safety processes and our safety operations,” United CEO Oscar Munoz said.
“We are committed to improving our safety records and our security operations, as well as our ability to provide service.”
United said the crash had cost the company millions in insurance and repairs.