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RTO para um A-330 da Malaysia: Adelaide ATC tinha dado autorizaçao de pouso para um A-320 da Tiger Airways


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Malaysia Airlines jet is forced to abandon take-off to avoid collision with incoming flight
A Malaysia Airlines plane was forced to abort a take-off after learning that it was on a collision course with an incoming airliner.
Flight MH136, which had 167 passengers on board, was already rolling down the runway at Adelaide Airport yesterday when it was forced to slam on the brakes.
Adelaide Air Traffic Control radioed the flight, bound for Kuala Lumpur, with instructions to abort the takeoff after realising the plane was on a collision course with in incoming jet.

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH136 was forced to abort a take-off after learning that it was on a collision course with an incoming jet (file picture)
The near-miss happened at Adelaide Airport yesterday as the plane was rolling down the runway with 167 passengers on board

The near-miss happened at Adelaide Airport yesterday as the plane was rolling down the runway with 167 passengers on board
According to Malaysia's New Straits Times, an official said: 'MH136 stopped its takeoff safely and waited the required cool-down time on its brakes before departing from Adelaide.'
The Aviation Herald reported 'that a Tiger Airways Airbus A320 on approach had been too high and too fast on approach'.
Air traffic control reportedly wanted to make sure the Malaysia Airlines A330 'didn't climb underneath' it.

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