New audio released about first moments of the Hawaiian Airlines stowawayUPDATED 9:48 PM HST Jun 03, 2014Video Transcript
released audio recordings of a conversation between a pilot -- and air traffic controllers -- after a teen stowaway was discovered on a Hawaiian Airlines flight back in April. KITV 4's Ashley Moser has more. tuesday am bin: stowaway faa tape: 4:21:51 "UMM WE HAVE A LITTLE GATE DELAY HERE. A GUY IS SEEMING TO HAVE STOWED AWAY IN THE LANDING GEAR FROM SAN JOSE TO MAUI?" 4:21:59 Confusion in the cockpit as a pilot realizes there's something wrong on the tarmac. tuesday am bin: stowaway faa tape: 4:22:00 SO WE HAVE SECURITY IN THERE AND THE MANAGER SEARCHING FOR EVIDENCE OF the GUY BEING UP THERE FOR MORE THAN YOU KNOW 5 MINUTES ON the GROUND 4:22:09 The 15 year old is seen here -- getting off that plane at the Kahului Airport on Maui. He told authorities he crawled into the wheel well of the hawaii-bound boeing 767 and lost consciousness when the plane took off. The boy survived the nearly five-hour flight in subzero temperatures at oxygen-depleted heights as high as 38-thousand- feet. He appears dazed and confused along with everyone else at the airport. tuesday am bin: stowaway faa tape: 4:22:13 "ALL RIGHT, 24, HAVE YOUR ROGER. YOU NEED ANY ASSISTANCE WITH THAT OR YOU GUYS GOT IT?" "NOPE, PLENTY OF SECURITY HERE, MECHANICS, IT'S ALL GOOD, WE JUST KIND OF WAITING FOR CLEARANCE TO GO." "ROGER, THANKS, WELL IT WILL BE PUSH BACK AT YOUR DISCRETION. THEN CONTACT TOWER FOR TAXI." "OKEY DOKE, THANKS" 4:22:30 The recording -- taken about an HOUR after he was discovered. But the pilot on the tape -- is NOT the captain who flew the flight FROM San Jose -- but instead -- the pilot flying next flight on that same plane. Ashley Moser -- KITV 4 news. The teen was hospitalized in Hawaii for two weeks -- before being flown back to California. He told officials he ran away from his Santa Clara home -- before he got onto the plane.