The Boston MedFlight was bringing a patient to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center around 2:30 a.m. when a green laser was flashed into the helicopter’s cockpit.
Investigators say the co-pilot flipped that switch to “lock,” which means the pilot, who had left the cockpit, was stuck outside, pounding on the door.
Firefighters were called to Logan Airport Monday morning after smoke was reported in a parked Japan Airlines plane.
It’s a danger in the sky that comes from down below. More pilots report they are getting zapped with lasers as they try to land. This creates a serious risk for the crew, passengers, and residents who live near the airport.