Just last week, the Federal Aviation Administration released the audio exchange between the pilot of a Southwest Airlinesplane and the air traffic controller when the Southwest flight landed at the wrong airport in Branson, Mo., on Jan. 12.
"I assume I'm not at your airport," the pilot said to the air traffic controller.
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The air traffic controller replied, "Flight 4013, have you landed?"
"Yes," said the Southwest pilot.
A few seconds later, when staff in the tower discusses the plane landing at the wrong airport, one person with air traffic control says, "Are you kidding?"
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With both incidents the planes landed and eventually took off from the wrong airport without anyone being hurt.