Bono nearly got added to the list of musicians that lost their lives in aviation crashes. A private jet carrying the U2 front man and some friends from Dublin to Berlin Tuesday (11/11) blew a hatch while approaching landing. The plane was reportedly at about 8,000 feet when the 32x40" hatch blew out. The relatively low altitude of the jet limited the problem to some lost luggage. It was not Bono's first encounter with high altitude drama. The singer was once drew fire while flying with Jimmy Buffett when Jamaican authorities mistook Buffett's plane for a smuggler's. U2 members are in Germany for the Bambi awards ceremony Thursday (11/14).
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