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Flight 131 was a flight scheduled to fly from Chicago to Washington, D.C. during Day 7. The plane crashed with another plane that was redirected by Iké Dubaku to coerce President Allison Taylor into retiring US forces from Sangala. All 240 passengers and 10 crew members were killed in the collision.

Day 7 Edit

When President Taylor refused to comply to the demands of Dubaku, he ordered his technician to redirect RSA Flight 471 into crashing with Flight 131. As the planes were about to crash, Dubaku called the White House and spoke with President Taylor telling her to look out the window as the planes crashed. The plane was carrying 240 passengers and 10 crew members, while the second plane was a small commuter jet with 21 passengers. Since the crash occurred over a residential neighborhood near Edgeborough, more casualties occurred on the ground.

Background information and notes Edit

  • The collision of flight 131 and 471 made it very clear that it's highly likely both planes did not have TCAS (Traffic Collision Avoidance System) installed on their instrument panels, as if they had such equipment they would've seen each other and disregarded flight instructions given by Dubaku.

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