Low Flying Aircraft Scares Algarve Beach Goers

 

An investigation has been launched by the Portuguese Airforce to determine the reasons behind a low flying C-130 aircraft that scared beach goes in Albufeira this week.

The C-130 aircraft was spotted flying low over Falesia beach in Albufeira on the evening of July 29 “casing tremendous shock to families and children” at the beach according to a military source who spoke to Lusa.

According to Lusa the aircraft is normally based at the Montijo airbase and an inquiry into the reasons behind the low flying aircraft has been launched by the military.

Normally the C-130 aircraft are used by the military for maritime patrols, search and rescue and for fighting forest fires.

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