Plane crash is unlikely in Prague

The tragical event that happened in New York last Wednesday should not happen in Prague, said the newspaper Prazsky denik. The accident when the plane crashed into the building is most unlikely in the Czech Republic’s capitol.

Flights over Prague and the Czech Republic are strictly monitored by control towers. There is an international airport whose radars cover the whole area of the capital. There are also several zones where flights over are prohibited. One of them is Prague Castle and its surrounding. Also no single-engine planes can fly over Prague. The risk that the only engine would stop functioning is too big.

In case that any plane would not react or refused to communicate with the tower, strict security measures would be taken. Fighter planes would start immediately and make the strange plane land or change its course.

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