What we know so far:
- The pilots of Ultraviolet Airlines Flight 413 (UTL-413) came in for a landing after experiencing fuel leak problems while in a holding pattern above the Airport. The Antonov-850 touched down on the Runway while travelling at nearly 800 miles per hour (normal landing speed = 140 miles per hour) and crashed into the back of a waiting jet about three seconds later.
- The pilots of UTL-413 are the same ones who almost caused an air disaster at the Venacia International Airport in 2018 for not following ATC orders. The pilots have a track record of disregarding ATC, trying to dominate their subordinates, and arguing with everybody about seemingly nonexistent problems.
- Translucent Airlines Flight 620 (TLA-620) was trying to cross the Runway about 3 miles past the beginning of the runway, and when the pilots saw the massive explosion to their South, they threw their Antonov-850 in full power, but were unable to clear the Runway.
It is unclear which plane was the first one to be hit by UTL-413, nor do we know yet where the other two planes were when they were also hit by the fast-moving wall of fire and metal.
, I'll leave those up to you.