The European Commission (EC) has asked the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to investigate a series of near mid-air collisions involving European passenger airliners and military aircraft during recent months. EASA said these incidents had taken place over the sea at the border of the European Union (EU) and been reported by different EU member states.  The transponders of the military aircraft were inactive and it was not possible to establish a radio contact with them, which may ...

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