Near-miss over Scotland blamed on pilots misinterpreting instructions

Separation between two commercially operated Boeing 747s flying over Scotland in June fell to 3.5 nautical miles and 300 ft., according to the UK Airprox Board’s report of incidents assessed at the September 2013 meeting, published at the end of last week. The airlines were not named in the report...

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