US National Transportation Safety Board said it is investigating an Aug. 28 incident in which a Transaero 747-400 and a Delta Air Lines 737-800 "came within zero ft. vertical and 1 min. lateral separation at an altitude of 33,000 ft. about 179 mi. north of San Juan, Puerto Rico." It added that the Transaero 747 "descended 200-300 ft." after receiving a TCAS alert. The DL aircraft was en route from New York JFK to Port of Spain.
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