Thanks Slawko. My incident occured on Saturday the 17th around 8:30 pm. I kid you not. It was no more than 300 hundred feet AGL before the A320 began its evasive maneuver. The passengers must have been freaked. I know I would have been. Think about it. You have been slowly descending for about 20 minutes from your cruising height. You have flown over the city. You have slowed downed. The flaps are full out. You can almost see the airport. You can see the industrial areas surrounding the airport with their streets, the people, the cars, just a few hundred feet below your window. Just another few seconds and you will be on the ground. Then all of a sudden, the engines rev to full power, the nose pitches quickly up, and the right wing dips into a turn.
If you had a window seat on the port side, you would have seen the lined-up 767 pass underneath your window.
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