A LAM Mozambique Boeing 737-700 that landed in Tete, Mozambique, Jan. 5 with nose damage was not hit by an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), authorities in Mozambique have concluded. The aircraft was widely reported to have been in a possible drone collision as it approached the airport, but the evidence does not bear that out, the Mozambican Civil Aviation Institute (IACM) said. IACM is the civil aviation regulator in Mozambique. According to the Flight Safety Foundation’s ...

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