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a person who hides aboard a ship or plane in the hope of getting free passage

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'The man was refused entry, and CBP officers processed the individual as a stowaway under Section 212(a)(6)(D) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA),' the statement said.
From 1947 until September 2012, there were 96 known stowaway attempts worldwide, in wheel wells of 85 separate flights, which resulted in 73 deaths, with only 23 survivors while between December 2003 and the last quarter of 2016, more than five cases of such deadly trips emanating from Nigerian airports were recorded.
Our findings suggest official claims the stowaway was an airport worker may be wrong.
According to a statement released by KQ on Monday, London's Metropolitan Police informed the airline that a body had fallen off the plane's landing gear moments before landing."On June 30th at approximately 1541hours (UK time), a body of a yet to be identified male stowaway landed in a garden in the Borough of Lambeth, South London, suggesting that the stowaway was hidden in the undercarriage of the aircraft.
RSPCA inspector Nic de Celis said: "As a stowaway ror many hours, and with temperatures falling from a high of 26C to 15C, this was some ordeal for the reptile."
New archival research, interviews, and imaging all combine to make "A Stowaway Ukulele Revealed" blends biography, music, polar exploration, history, determination, courage, and romance.
Summary: Movie follows the crew of a spaceship headed to Mars that discovers an accidental stowaway shortly after take off
Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 was most likely brought down by a stowaway on board the jet, an aviation expert claimed over the weekend.
Luguje, Acting Director General of the Ghana Ports and Habours Authority (GPHA) and Executive Secretary of the Port Management Association of West and Central Africa (PMAWCA), has revealed that the menace of stowaway has become a lucrative enterprise, and that the PMAWCA has taken steps to drastically reduce same.
IN November 1900, Chicago man Henry Moor was brought before the Liverpool Police Court charged with being a stowaway on board the Teutonic.
Now the loss of the former Stowaway Club in Newport - which, along with a neighbouring church, was gutted by fire a week ago - has been lamented by those who remember its for a picture at The Stowaway ClubROBERT NEEDS heyday in the mid to late '70s as a haven for punk legends such as Johnny Rotten and his infamous ilk.
And now the the loss of the former Stowaway Club in Newport - which, along with a neighbouring church, was gutted by fire a week ago - has been lamented by those who remember its heyday in the mid to late '70s as a haven to punk legends such as Johnny Rotten and his infamous ilk.
Holidaymakers found the stowaway when they returned to their home in Edinburgh.
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