Another near miss in the UK

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    "The plane was at an altitude of 4,900ft (1,494m) when the drone was seen from the right-side flight deck window."

    What the **** were they thinking flying at that altitude!
     
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    It wasn't one of us


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    Same thing over and over again. Minority ruin it for the majority. Any of you with section 1 and 2 know what I'm talking about. Won't be long before it becomes a heavily controlled hobby with lots of hoops to jump through

    Move over parrot piece of crap! here comes the Mavic!!!
     
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