The American Airlines plane was "close as someone would want to crash," the source claims.
The National Transportation Safety Board examines an April 10 event that forced an American Airlines flight to turn after beating a foreign body during departure last week.
In Wednesday, American Airlines Flight 300 went to New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport at 8:40 am The Los Angeles-bound flight even hit an object at the start and was forced to turn around and return to JFK, where land landed at. 09:19
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The aircraft had allegedly "experienced a roll during takeoff and hit a track distance market with left wing", wrote NTSB in a tweet.
Based on original reports, the plane hit the object and turned around and landed safely. [1
9659005] "On April 10, American Airlines flights 300 from New York (JFK) to Los Angeles (LAX) returned to JFK after the plane hit an object on departure. at JFK at 09:09 ET, and taxied to the port, there were 102 passengers and 8 crew members on the Airbus A321 plane, and no injuries were reported, and we fully cooperate with the National Transportation Safety Board in its flight 300 survey, "A spokesman for Am erican Airlines said in a statement to Fox News.
Those who were familiar with the survey described the scene of CBS, notes the pilot experienced a "loss of control" at the start.
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A newly released report claims that the plane may have "almost crashed," according to a source who spoke to CBS.
"It was as close as anyone would ever crash," said the source.
Those who were familiar with the survey described the scene of CBS, and noticed that the pilot experienced a "loss of control" at start.  Immediately after the incident, a passenger shared a page deleted image on Twitter and said it was a "big lump out of the wing."
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The survey is ongoing.