Letters From Our Readers (March 28, 2016)

Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls
Detailing Drone Dilemma I was the pilot in charge of a recent U.S.-based airline Boeing 777 Hong Kong-U.S. flight. On reaching 31,000-ft. initial cruising altitude, Hong Kong informed us of an unidentified aircraft. The controller was seeing a “primary radar image” aimed at us. (Our route was to...

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