Frank F. Tibbo’s life has been involved with aviation. He has worked with Aviation Meteorological Services and spent most of his working life as an Air Traffic Controller. He first became aware of the mysterious crash of Sabena OOCBG while working in the Control Tower of Gander International Airport. The more he learned about flying (Commercial Pilot’s Licence in 1969), the more intriguing the case of the Sabena became. He has been a newspaper columnist since 1992 and has written more than 600 articles on his favourite subject-Aviation.