Comment: Laws of Aerodynamics say, No.

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Laws of Aerodynamics say, No.

If it was a 757 and it DID manage to fly that low to the ground, it would have lost lift and crashed into the lawn. Even if it was remotely piloted. There wasn't enough air under the wings for it to fly so close to the ground.

Then people wouldn't be asking who flew the plane but who flew the drone or guided missile. Not very good for the cover story of hijacked planes since the other options point to government.

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