BOSTON (AP) — A drone has been spotted by the crew of a commercial plane near Boston’s Logan International Airport for the second time in less than a week.
The Federal Aviation Administration said the crew of a JetBlue flight on approach to Logan saw the drone just before 6 p.m. Sunday about two miles southeast of the airport.
The sighting was reported to state police, who are investigating.
A state police spokesman said the drone was spotted at about 3,500 feet, higher than legally allowed.
An aircraft crew also spotted a drone shortly after takeoff from Logan on Oct. 14.
No charges have been announced in either case.
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