A JetBlue Airways first officer was temporarily blinded by a laser during a Sept. 19 flight from Boston (BOS) to Washington National (DCA), according to an FAA incident report. The incident report stated that the JetBlue Embraer E190’s cockpit was “illuminated by a green laser.” The flight took off just before 10:40 p.m. and the laser incident occurred not long after takeoff as the aircraft was flying at 30,000 ft. over Chatham Municipal Airport (CQX) in Massachusetts, ...

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