This plane flying too close to an apartment building at 328 ft is 9-11 flashback worthy

This Royal Australian Air Force Boeing C-17A Globemaster airplane flying too close to city buildings in Australia is horrifying.


It was a rehearsal flypast over Brisbane in preparation for its flypast at Brisbane Festival’s finale, Sunsuper Riverfire. The aircraft departed RAAF Amberley and reached the Brisbane CBD flying as low as 100 metres (328 feet) at approximately 300 km/hr (185 miles per hour). The aircraft flew along the Brisbane River from the William Jolly Bridge to the Riverside Expressway where it climbed and did a loop over South Brisbane coming back to Kangaroo Point flying along the Brisbane River down to the Storey Bridge. The aircraft then made a second pass of the same flight path.

Here it is day of festival.

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