After more than 40 years, a man suspected of hijacking Pan Am flight 281 in 1968 and forcing it to fly to Havana has been arrested after spending decades in hiding.
Luis Armando Peña Soltren, 66, who was the FBI’s longest wanted fugitive, recently made it known to the authorities that he was ready to give himself up and was flown back to America yesterday, the New York Post reports.
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