The Federal office of civil aviation is investigating the emergency situation at the airport of San Francisco on the night of Saturday, July 8. Experts believe that controllers failed to prevent the largest crash in the history of civil aviation.
According to The Star, shortly before midnight, the Airbus 320 of Air Canada, which was carrying 135 passengers and five crew members, began to decline on the taxiway, which was four full Jumbo jet, waiting to take off.
When the plane touched the runway, the error was noticed by the Manager who asked the pilot to discontinue the landing, climb to a safe altitude and re-enter the gate.
Channel CTV News reported that a canadian airlines plane, EN route from Toronto landed at the second attempt. Representatives of Air Canada has not commented on the incident, citing the fact that his investigation is not over.
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