Washington: Air defence officials say two Air
Force fighters intercepted a small plane that entered restricted airspace over Washington.
The Baltimore Sun says Homeland Security officers met with the plane`s pilot, who said he had overflown Baltimore`s airport and entered the restricted zone by mistake.
The pilot was the plane`s lone occupant. Two F-16s intercepted it and escorted it out of the area about 8:30 p.m.
It landed at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood
The Federal Aviation Administration was not able to
communicate with the pilot of the Beechcraft 58, a small,
The FAA notified the North American Aerospace Defence
NORAD protects the US and Canada from air attacks.