Mozambique authorities: No UAV collision with LAM Mozambique 737

A LAM Mozambique Boeing 737-700 that landed in Tete, Mozambique, Jan. 5 with nose damage was not hit by an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), authorities in Mozambique have concluded. The aircraft was widely reported to have been in a possible drone collision as it approached the airport, but the...

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