A Qantas Airbus A380 took a scary nose dive over the Pacific Ocean after flying through turbulence caused by another A380Get the Full StoryQantas
A Qantas Airbus A380 took a 10-second nosedive Sunday evening after flying through the wake turbulence generated by another Qantas A380.
Qantas Flight 94 was en route from Los Angeles to Melbourne, Australia when the incident took place roughly two hours into the trip.
At the time, Qantas Flight 12, the other Airbus, was flying 1000 feet above and about 23 miles ahead of Flight 94.
No injuries have been reported as a result of the incident.
A Qantas Airbus A380 took a nose dive over the Pacific Ocean Sunday evening after flying through the wake turbulence generated by another Qantas A380.
Qantas Flight 94 departed Los Angeles International Airport Sunday evening at 11:29 pm. Roughly, two hours into the 16-hour flight to Melbourne, Australia, the Qantas superjumbo reportedly dove for 10 seconds while flying at more than 30,000 feet.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: From affordable housing to money transfers for immigrants a 1 billion impact investor explains how she makes money while making the world a better placeSee Also:A bomb threat forced a United Airlines plane to make an emergency landing in IrelandWe drove a 42,000 and a 50,000 Toyota Highlander to see why it's one of the best family SUVs money can buy here's what we discoveredThe Tesla Roadster's SpaceX package will replace the back seats with rocketsSEE ALSO: How the Airbus A380 superjumbo went from an airline status symbol to being sold for spare parts in just 10 years
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