Plane Crash JFK Airport – On Friday night in New York City, an airplane that was in the process of crossing a runway came perilously close to colliding with another airplane that was standing on the runway and getting ready to take off. The authorities are looking into what happened right now and have opened an investigation. “Shit! Delta 1943, you are under orders to cancel the take-off clearance! Please do so! Delta 1943, you are under orders to cancel the take-off clearance! Please do so! “An air controller yelled something that was later captured in an audio recording of Air Traffic Control communications when he saw the second plane, which was flown by American Airlines and was crossing in front of him. The recording was made after the air controller observed the plane.
The tape was produced by the website LiveATC, which monitors and uploads interactions between airplanes. This website is the organization that is responsible for generating the recording. The Federal Aviation Administration issued a statement at approximately 8:45 p.m. stating that a leaving Boeing 737 that belonged to Delta Air Lines came to a safe stop on the runway of John F. Kennedy International Airport when another aircraft crossed in front of it. When the plane came to a sudden stop, Brian Healy, a passenger on the Delta aircraft, claims that his first thought was that there was an issue with the machinery on the plane. He explained what happened next by saying, “The airplane made this quick jerking motion, and everyone was sort of thrust forward from the waist.” “It was a horrible experience.”