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    • Viktor
    • 01.01.10 | 18:25 (IST)

    The Civil Aviation Directorate of the Republic of Serbia said in a statement in Belgrade on Wednesday that a transgression of separation norms occurred in Serbia's air space between French aircraft A318 AFR286J, on route from Paris to Sofia, and Israeli plane Boeing 777, ELY007, on route from Tel Aviv to New York. After going over the audio and video recordings of the event, the Directorate concluded that the French plane crew did not honor the instructions given by the air traffic control and was the sole cause of the breaking of separation norms between the two aircraft, the statement said. The crew of the French plane even correctly repeated the given instructions to bring the plane down to 35,000 feet (10,650 meters), but for unknown reasons the plane continued its descent even after reaching the approved height, said the Directorate. http://www.b92.net/eng/news/society-article.php?yyyy=2009&mm=12&dd=30&nav_id=64134

    from the article: El Al, Air France planes nearly collide over Serbia
    First published 22:00 29.12.09 | Last updated 22:00 29.12.09
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