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Aeromexico Boeing 737-800 sustained serious damage as it allegedly collided with a drone on approach to Tijuana International Airport, Mexico

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An Aeromexico Boeing 737-800 aircraft allegedly collided with a drone as it approached the runway at an airport in Tijuana, Mexico, according to local media. The Boeing 737-800 (reg. XA-ADV) sustained damage to its radome and weather radar on approach to runway 09 at Tijuana International Airport, Mexico. The flight #AM770 from Guadalajara completed the descent without complications, according to Diario de Colima, which noted that passengers disembarked from the plane normally. (www.airlive.net) さらに...

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21voyageur
Would like to see confirmation that it was, in effect ad drone. Embedded pieces? Even micro- remains? That said, can't see any bird splatter on the radome. Is that always the case?

Cheers
WALLACE24
Prolly a news drone covering the caravan of illegal asylum seekers.
linbb
linbb 0
What is a Prolly? Some new kind of bird,airplane, person or what???????????????????????
WALLACE24
It’s a term used by a super secret internet society. If I told you I —————!
Cansojr
Cansojr 0
Try inserting the word probably with "prolly". Try thinking for yourself.
kenoraeagle
It is only a matter of time until a major incident occurs due to a drone. The operators just don't get the implications of a collision with a large fast moving aircraft.
RRKen
SOME operators. On the other hand, there are those who bend over backwards to not only meet, but exceed the safety regulations currently in effect.

But like all crime, it is not practical to put a cop on every corner. So sadly, we will end up with some sort of disaster before people realize the consequences of their actions.
Cansojr
Cansojr 1
Remember we only change when it is forced upon us after serious blunders. I am reminded of the HINDENBURG. The first and last Zeppellin that taught us how volatile hydrogen can be. A drone will violate the HINDENBURG accident. Fools never learn since it is beyond them.
babyracer
Arguably the last but by no means the first. Far, far too many incidents in the 30 years prior to Hindenburg.
kenoraeagle
I am not sure if FAA or Transport Canada rules are included with the purchase of a drone,or even if the sales person is aware of the restrictions. I have friends who use them for real estate photography,tourist advertising,off season hunting scouting and landscaping. They all found out AFTER they bought them,that there were major restrictions re air space and proximity to air fields.
linbb
linbb 1
Sounds just like the type of person who has there head in the sand. I would think that they were so smart due to what they do research before buying anything would be the KEY.
21voyageur
few if any airlines will pay for safety features other than those that will affect their bottom line. It is a business. Safety does not sell in a highly regulated environment. I agree with Cansojr. Something serious has to happen. ex: little change following Malaysia 370.
linbb
linbb 0
What safety features? Installing a new brain in the operator?
21voyageur
@linbb

My use of the word "airlines" would seem to indicate my perspective.

No I was thinking of AC being able to detect in advance and avoid. Or ATC have the ability to see anything lower than max drone height and advise AC that a go around is required.

My friend libby....A is for apple.....
Cansojr
Cansojr 1
HA HA HA HA!

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