A flight from Iran to Tehran to Beirut disturbed two American fighters in the air. However, the Iranian plane somehow landed safely at the Lebanese airport.
Going out of Tehran Iran A plane in the air America Two fighters harassed. However, the Iranian plane somehow landed safely at the Lebanese airport. Tehran state television provided this information. At the same time, a U.S. official later said his Warplanes Iranian planes must go, but at a safe distance. A Lebanese airport official said the 1152 ‘Great Air’ plane landed in Beirut on Thursday evening.
Israel was also responsible
Iran initially blamed Israel for the incident. Syrian state media quoted civil aviation officials in Damascus as saying that two planes had intercepted an Iranian passenger plane in the al-Tanaf area of southwestern Syria. Both aircraft are expected to be American-led. Since 2016, US troops have been fighting Islamic State militants in the al-Tanaf area. The region is close to the Syrian border with Iraq and Jordan.
The United States has said it maintains a safe distance
According to Iranian TV, the warplane came within 100 meters of the Iranian Airbus A310. The pilot immediately rescued the plane from crashing. At the same time, U.S. Navy Captain and Central Command spokesman Bill Urban said the U.S. F-15 fighter jet tested the ‘Great Air’ passenger plane from about 1,000 meters away. “On an average, visual inspections were carried out to ensure the safety of Al-Tanf’s troops,” he said.