HONG KONG – Hong Kong aviation authorities say they are investigating an incident in which two jets to more than 600 people had evasive maneuvers strayed into the path as they tried to take ashore.
Cathay Pacific Airways said on Tuesday that the 18 September incident, one of its Boeing 777s and an Airbus A330 Dragonair at the same height southwest of Hong Kong airport were when they came too close to the cockpit alarm triggered.
Cathay said in a statement that the pilot immediately responded, with a jet of Dragonair and Cathay climb-down level.
The airline said the aircraft one nautical mile (1,850 meters) next to the next, and there was "no danger of collision."
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