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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.