Thrilling! Skylight Flying 6,100 metres High Altitude British Airways Airlines Airliner Had a Dangerous Collision

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 Thrilling! Skylight Flying 6,100 metres High Altitude British Airways Airlines Airliner Had a Dangerous Collision


DATA FIGURE: Skylight. Photographed by China News Agency reporter Yang Chengchen

According to reports, flight records show that the plane carrying 50 passengers flew from British Territory to London City Airport, flying near Daxford, Cambridge County, when the crew actually saw a skylight at 6,100 meters, when the skylight was less than 30 meters away from the plane. The skylight drifted over the left side of the Saab2000 twin turboprop aircraft, slightly higher than the plane, prompting the pilot to notify the ATC personnel. The British Aircraft Accident Investigation Board (UKAB), which was responsible for investigating the incident, disclosed in its report that the dangerous air approach incident occurred at 5.30 p.m. on 30 July. The report ranks the incident as the highest A-level event, implying that there may be a serious collision risk. In recent years, skylights have become more and more popular in Britain. Many people use skylights at night parties and celebrations. However, there are also concerns that skylights may cause fire risks and pose a threat to wildlife and livestock. Source: Chi Guojie_NBJ11143, Responsible Editor of CNN

According to reports, flight records show that the plane carrying 50 passengers flew from British Territory to London City Airport, flying near Daxford, Cambridge County, when the crew actually saw a skylight at 6,100 meters, when the skylight was less than 30 meters away from the plane.

The skylight drifted over the left side of the Saab2000 twin turboprop aircraft, slightly higher than the plane, prompting the pilot to notify the ATC personnel.

The British Aircraft Accident Investigation Board (UKAB), which was responsible for investigating the incident, disclosed in its report that the dangerous air approach incident occurred at 5.30 p.m. on 30 July. The report ranks the incident as the highest A-level event, implying that there may be a serious collision risk.

In recent years, skylights have become more and more popular in Britain. Many people use skylights at night parties and celebrations. However, there are also concerns that skylights may cause fire risks and pose a threat to wildlife and livestock.