'DJI Mavic' drone seen menacing London City airliner after takeoff

'' DJI Mavic ' drone seen menacing London City airliner after takeoff

A “DJI Mavic type” drone was flown near to an airliner leaving London City Airport in September, a recently released UK Airprox Board report has exposed. The report is uncommon because most drones associated with airprox incidents are not determined so …
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