German authorities are investigating the loss of a Learjet after the aircraft collided with a German air force Eurofighter Typhoon. Two people died when the Learjet 35A of aerial target company Gesellschaft fuer Flugzieldarstellung GmbH (GFD) crashed into the countryside on June 23 near the village of Olsburg, between Kassel and Dortmund. According to the German defense ministry, the Learjet, which is contracted by the German air force for use as an aerial target and other missions, collided ...
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