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Vortex sends plane with 484 passangers into nose dive
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RE: Vortex sends plane with 484 passangers into nose dive
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Quote:Wake turbulence is a disturbance in the atmosphere that forms behind an aircraft as it passes through the air, and air traffic control requires more spacing behind larger jets like the A380 in an attempt to avoid the phenomenon.

Wake turbulence incidents are uncommon and typically involve a larger jet and a smaller aircraft rather than two super-jumbos.

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), which handled air traffic control during the Qantas incident, does not specify a minimum distance of separation between two A380s during flight due to wake turbulence risks.

It specifies that Boeing 747s require 4.5 nautical miles of separation and smaller jets up to 8 nautical miles.

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