ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 10, 1969
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(Studio) Federal Aviation Administration investigator says small plane didn't show up on Indianapolis radar, before it hit Allegheny jet.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds
(Tetoboro Airport, New Jersey) 130,000 aircraft fly American's skies. Small planes mostly use visual flight rules, They don't have to follow flight plan; many not picked up by radar. Air traffic ctrs. don't know where they are. 38 mid-air collisions last year Systems being studied to prevent disasters. Reporter describes proposals. Federal Aviation Administration slow to act.
REPORTER: Jules Bergman
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