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FAA: Laser pointed at jet flying near TF Green

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A pilot reported a laser strike five miles southwest of Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport. The FAA reported the incident to Warwick police, who were sent to check the Goddard Park area. Pointing lasers into a cockpit is a federal crime and can result in a fine of up to $11,000 per violation.
3 months ago·Warwick, United States

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Providence Journal

Laser pointed at jet flying into T.F. Green Airport on Monday. Here's what we know

A regional jet was about 1,900 feet off the ground and about 5 miles southwest of the Providence RI airport when the pilot reported a laser strike.

3 months ago·Providence, United States
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FAA: Laser pointed at jet flying near TF Green

An investigation is underway after the pilot of a plane reported a laser strike five miles southwest of Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport.

3 months ago·East Providence, United States
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ABC6

FAA: Laser pointed at aircraft flying near T.F. Green | ABC6

Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport. (WLNE)WARWICK, R.I. (WLNE) — The Federal Aviation Administration said Monday that a laser was pointed at an aircraft flying near Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport. A pilot of an Embraer 175 regional jet reported the laser strike shortly after midnight, according to the FAA. An FAA spokesperson told ABC 6 News that the...

3 months ago
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WJAR

FAA: Laser pointed at aircraft flying five miles from T.F. Green Airport

A laser was pointed at an aircraft flying five miles from Rhode Island T. F. Green International Airport early Monday morning, the Federal Aviation Administration confirmed. The FAA told NBC 10 that the incident happened just after midnight and involved an Embraer 175 jet. The aircraft was at 1,900 feet altitude approximately five miles southwest of T. F. Green. ALSO READ:Salve Regina University students will assess Cliff Walk collapse for semes…

3 months ago
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