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Badr Airlines 737 suffers bird strike damage

Posted 26 September 2017 · Add Comment

The Aviation Herald has reported severe damage to a Badr Airlines 737-500 due to a bird strike at Khartoum, Sudan.

It said the aircraft - flight J4-341 from Damazin to Khartoum - was on final approach to Khartoum when a falcon impacted the aircraft's radome with its remains coming to rest inside the aircraft's nose causing internal structural damage.

The aircraft continued for a safe landing. 

The damaged 737 (Picture: Aviation Herald)

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