Australian Regulator Dispels Safety Myth Surrounding A330 Incident

Australian investigators say multiple safety nets worked as designed to prevent two Airbus A330-200s from colliding at cruising altitude near Adelaide on Sept. 20. Initial media reports after the incident—which involved a Qantas Airways A330 heading for Perth Airport and a Jetstar A330 bound for...

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