Allegiant A319 at St. Petersburg on Apr 29th 2021, near collision with private aircraft in initial climb at 300 feet
Last Update: October 2, 2021 / 15:01:56 GMT/Zulu time
The NTSB reported the occurrence had been rated an incident (?), stating it was a near midair collision, and is being investigated.
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