UKABUK Airprox Board (United Kingdom)
UKABUnited Kingdom Awarding Body
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UKAB said the drone was flying above the maximum legal height of 400 feet and within controlled airspace, adding that the near-miss was in its highest category of risk.
UKAB graded the incident as having the highest category of risk.
The UKAB concluded the near-miss on April 28 was in the highest category of risk.
The UKAB stated that "a definite risk of collision had existed".
The scenario was so dangerous the UKAB ruled it "portrayed a situation where providence had played a major part in the incident and/or a definite risk of collision had existed".
The pilots "remained in constant visual contact" with the gadgets to ensure they did not hit the airliner as it passed alongside them, according to a report by the UK Airprox Board (UKAB).
A report from the air safety body UKAB revealed that the pilot of an Airbus A321 leaving Birmingham Airport spotted what he described as a UFO.
A UK Airprox Board (UKAB) report said the pilot of an Airbus A320 spotted a drone, which failed to show up on air traffic control systems, on July 22 while flying at an altitude of 700ft near Heathrow Airport.
The UK Airprox Board (UKAB), which will publish its findings on Friday, is expected to record an incident risk rating of A - the highest of five categories - defined as a "serious risk of collision".
Desde una cosmovision indigena mesoamericana persistente hasta nuestros dias, esto supone ser coparticipe de uno de los bienes terrenos de los que pueden ser poseedores los hombres, en tanto meros administradores de aquello que posee el dueno del mundo, el Corazon del Cielo, Dios, Ajpop, manifestado en Uk'u'x Kaj Jun Raqan ubi', Kaqulja Jun Raqan nabe, ukab k'ut Ch'ipa Kaqulja y rox chik Raxa Kaqulja; y su contraparte, el Corazon de la Tierra, Uk'u'x Ulew (4).
However, in an official report compiled by the UK Airprox Board (UKAB), set up to improve flight safety, the near-miss was deemed to pose a "high risk" to the safety of both pilots.