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Topic - Kathleen Bergen
The Federal Aviation Administration says a small airplane had to make an emergency landing in Harpswell, Maine.
A jet carrying 286 passengers slammed on its brakes and aborted a takeoff this week at John F. Kennedy International Airport after another plane began taxiing toward the runway it was using, the Federal Aviation Administration said Wednesday.
Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen tells the Atlanta Journal-Constitution the incident is under investigation.