just been going some old stuff and this from last year-ish:
within regulations or not? it certainly looks as though the 'smaller' aircraft has climbed at the last minute, doesn't it? will we ever know if it was a 'near miss'?
i say that because of another incident, a few years ago, where a 747 flew low, slow and directly over our house with it's landing gear fully down. it was so close that i could the panel joins, rivets, bolts and all that jazz - seriously (we live on a hill and 300m of height is wiped out in an instant for aircraft).
i'd expected something to be on the news that day about it, but it wasn't. at least 12 months later, the official report into the incident was released to the press. if only i'd had a camera at the time
anyone else seen similar? (no corpses, please)