Highlights of the story
- The plane’s glass was broken
- There were 200 passengers in it
- Snow fell from one plane to another
The plane, which was flying at an altitude of 35,000 feet in the sky, was hit by ice from another plane, endangering the lives of 200 passengers on board. The windshield of a British Airways Boeing 777 was shattered when the snowflake collided.
The second plane is said to have flown at an altitude of about 1000 feet above the Boeing plane. Then an iceberg came from him and crashed into the front of the Boeing (windshield of the cockpit). Thus the windshield was completely damaged.
Snowdrop falling from the plane that was flying over the plane!
According to the Daily Mail, the incident took place on December 23 when a Boeing 777 was en route from Gatwick, England to Costa Rica. There were a total of 200 passengers on this flight. The ice fell from another plane that flew at an altitude of a thousand feet above the ground.
The plane made an emergency landing in San Jose as the windshield was broken. A British Airlines spokesman said both planes flew in the same direction and the speed at which the snow fell was relatively low, much to the chagrin of passengers and pilots. But if the plane had flown in the opposite direction it could have caused disaster.
The spokesman added that another flight had been sent from Montego Bay to San Jose so that passengers could reach their destination. However, the crashed plane could not take off immediately. The flight was delayed by more than 24 hours as it took a long time to repair. British Airways has apologized to passengers in this regard.
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