Boeing 747 Overtaking Boeing 737
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A Boeing 747 [35,000 ft] overtaking a Boeing 737 [37,000 ft], captured by the pilot of a Boeing 777 [33,000 ft].

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How close can an aircraft operate to another aircraft?  For a commercial airliner, separation will usually be at least 3 miles laterally, or 1,000 feet vertically.  In the enroute environment - at higher operating speeds above 10,000 feet - a 5 mile rule is applied laterally.
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