as for my opinion with no offence to anyone i would say it is over reacted... both sides (full sized and model) pilots need to use more common sense and when flying next to or on an airport for any reason it is fair and needed to talk to the tower and be in constant contact for information to react if needed... media like we all know like CNN for eg turn and twist the "news" as they please to manipulate the peoples... sometimes with more and sometimes with less results...
if everybody would the soft jellowish thing in a shell called skull - his / her fu***n BRAIN nothing would be needed to play and work safley next to one another.
my 2 cents
I don't see the over reaction, we frequently have guys who are wanting to buzz over their house while calling their wife on the cellphone to say high honey. Happens all the time, someone who either flying with someone or by themselves, (yes they're close enough you can count bodies inside the plane) maybe they just bought a Bonanza, dunno. However, I fall over myself trying to get out of their way, irregardless they're at 2-300' agl.
Whoever has first contact with a plane no matter what happens to the plane is gonna become penniless, homeless, & cast out of society...
It seems very convenient that the plane is operated by an aerial photography business and there is no drone wreckage to back up their claims.This unconfirmed mid-air collision between a light aircraft and a drone in Class B airspace 20nm from Chicago O'Hare Airport debunks the idea that it won't happen. At least the 'man-made' damage is on the wing not the cockpit or engines.
FYI on this url - "Requested page could not be found" maybe they deleted it.This unconfirmed mid-air collision between a light aircraft and a drone in Class B airspace 20nm from Chicago O'Hare Airport debunks the idea that it won't happen. At least the 'man-made' damage is on the wing not the cockpit or engines.