Worse than a dozen meters is the largest air crash in history.

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 Worse than a dozen meters is the largest air crash in history.


According to foreign media reports, the incident resulted in a nearly crash Canadian airliner, flight number AC759, carrying 140 passengers and crew, taking off at Toronto Pearson International Airport (TorontoPearsonInternationalAirport) on the same day. The time was close to midnight, when the weather was good and the visibility was good. The captain of the flight, who was in charge of the landing program, was arranged by the airport tower to a landing runway numbered 28R, but the pilot mistook the C runway as a landing runway and nearly hit 4 aircraft waiting to take off (3 United States United Airlines and 1 Philippines airlines, respectively). One of the 4 aircraft pilots contacted the tower urgently. After reminding the tower, the pilot found himself flying the wrong runway and immediately returned to the field to avoid a serial collision. According to a dialogue between the tower and the airman, the pilot was still unaware of his mistake before the plane was about to fly near the ground. Instead, it asked the tower if it was really going to land on the 28R runway, saying that other planes were on the runway. The tower immediately confirmed to the pilot: there is no other aircraft except for your own aircraft on the runway. At the same time, another pilot of the plane rushed to the control tower and asked, where is the AC759 flying? He is on the way to the runway. The control tower staff saw that the AC759 pilot had not yet made clear the landing runway, so the pilot was required to give up the landing and start the re entry procedure. The aircraft is pulling up the airplanes over the taxiway. One of the United Airlines pilots waiting for instructions on the taxiway told the tower: the airliner is flying right above me. The tower replies and is informed. RossAimer, an aeronautical expert and former captain, said: imagine a passenger plane landing and colliding with 4 aircraft full of fuel and passengers, which would lead to the worst disaster in aviation history. This article source: take a look at news Knews editor: Yang Qiang _NN6027 The control tower staff saw that the AC759 pilot had not yet made clear the landing runway, so the pilot was required to give up the landing and start the re entry procedure. The aircraft is pulling up the airplanes over the taxiway. One of the United Airlines pilots waiting for instructions on the taxiway told the tower: the airliner is flying right above me. The tower replies and is informed. RossAimer, an aeronautical expert and former captain, said: imagine a passenger plane landing and colliding with 4 aircraft full of fuel and passengers, which would lead to the worst disaster in aviation history.