Canada “Explosion noise” in Ile-de-France: a fighter plane has crossed the sound barrier
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A loud explosion was heard in Paris and a large part of Ile-de-France, this Wednesday, just before noon. This noise is due to a fighter plane which crossed the sound barrier, as the Paris police headquarters very quickly indicated.
A very important noise was heard in Paris and in the Paris region. There is no explosion, it is about a fighter plane which crossed the sound barrier.
Don't clutter up the emergency lines!- Préfecture de Police (@prefpolice)
According to our information, this is a Rafale which took off from the Saint-Dizier base for an intervention mission. The aircraft went to assist a civilian aircraft in loss of radio contact which was flying over the west of France, an Embraer connecting Brive-La-Gaillarde to Saint-Brieuc.
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Communication with this device has been reestablished, underlines the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGAC), according to which this type of problem occurs "regularly".
This morning, anfrom the intervened for a loss of radio contact of an aircraft heading towards Saint-Brieuc.
To quickly rejoin the aircraft, it was cleared to go supersonic at high altitude at 11:52 am towards Créteil.- CDAOA (@CDAOAofficiel)
The Rafale was authorized to go into supersonic mode at 11:52 a.m. and broke the sound barrier at 11:56 a.m., not far from Créteil. He was then at an altitude of 10,000 meters, which is authorized.
Some people feared an explosion at Orly airport
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A large number of Ile-de-France residents were worried all the same before knowing the origin of this noise. For some, the passage of this fighter plane did not only provoke the detonation heard. Thus, the windows of Philippe's house opened during the "explosion", testifies to the Parisian this inhabitant of the city of Orly who feared an explosion at the airport. The noise similar to a big explosion even surprised players at the Roland-Garros tennis tournament.
The explosion captured during a match of- Maxime Bellec (@MBellec)
In February 2019, a fighter plane had also created panic in the Oise. A device had passed the sound barrier above the Compiégnois, creating like an explosion, and blowing the doors of many houses.
According to the Air Defense and Air Operations Command (CDAOA), based in Lyon-Mont Verdun, the French aviation encountered in 2019 “450 abnormal situations, including 210 requiring intervention by fighter planes and helicopters”.
"The sky police is a permanent mission, provided by the Air Force, which aims to protect the French from any air threat," recalls the CDAOA.
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