FAA Launches Probe After 2 Planes Nearly Collide At JFK

  • The Federal Aviation Administration has launched an investigation after two commercial airplanes narrowly avoided a collision at John F. Kennedy International Airport on Friday.
  • The FAA said a Boeing 737 operated by Delta Air Lines stopped its takeoff around 8:45 p.m. when air traffic controllers noticed another American Airlines aircraft crossing the runway.
  • The National Transportation Safety Board said in a tweet Sunday that it is also investigating the incident.
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