Two aircraft nearly crashed because of a collision with an unidentified aircraft

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The pilots of the two planes of China Southern Airlines took an emergency decision to reduce altitude to avoid collision with another unidentified liner. About it reports “Interfax”.

“In the morning, around 11:00 (local time) air routes civil aviation at an altitude of 10 thousand meters over the sea of Japan near the coast of the Khabarovsk Krai has repeatedly violated an unidentified aircraft. Requests from the earth and he didn’t respond,” — said the source “Interfax”.

The report also says that this may be a reconnaissance plane. “In accordance with the signal of a radar transponder, an unknown aircraft was registered as aircraft of NATO. Presumably the flight was carried out over neutral waters along the coast of the Khabarovsk territory with intelligence purposes,” — said the source.

Other sources of information on the potential collision aircraft China Southern Airlines with unidentified aircraft not yet confirmed.

Earlier in August, it was reported about the dangerous proximity of an unidentified aircraft with the Russian airliner flight Antalya — Moscow over the Black sea. Later, however, the Federal air transport Agency denied information about dangerous rapprochement of the Airbus A330 iFly Russian airlines.

Video, photo All from Russia.

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