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Old 15th July 2014, 08:50   #1 (permalink)
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India scrambles jets after Turkish Airlines planes given same code

There's a potentially frightening story in Today's Zaman about 2 Turkish planes being given the same code as they had been falsely identified by Pakistan.

The mistake was apparently due to bad radiowave problems.

Fortunately, Indian Air Command made a visual inspection of both planes and the code for one of the plane was changed.

Dread to think of the consequences had a visual inspection

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