MOSCOW – Russian authorities have reported a missed accident between a flight of theAeroflot and a NATO surveillance plane. Speaking with the Interfax agency, the Moscow civil aviation authorities reported that a Russian company’s jet, with 142 people on board, flying from Tel Aviv to Moscow, was forced to change its altitude, dropping by 1,800 meters, to avoid collision with a NATO CL-600.
The accident occurred above the Black Sea and, according to what was reported, the NATO crew did not respond to the reports. According to the Russian authorities, the increasingly frequent flights of the Atlantic Alliance in the skies of Eastern Europe pose a risk to civil aviation. NATO did not comment on the news.
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by Claudio Tito