An Aer Lingus Airbus A330-300 encountered a bird strike today, resulting in the aircraft returning 40 minutes after departing Dublin, Ireland. The Aer Lingus A330-300 with registration EI-DUZ was operating flight EI9018 from Dublin, Ireland to Beijing International Airport, China.
The Airbus A319-100 with registration N725UW was operating flight AA1625 from Charlotte, NC to Norfolk, VA, United States of America. The aircraft was flaring before landing on runway 05 at Norfolk when 2 birds were ingested into engine 1 (CFM56). After the aircraft was impacted a strange odour could be smelt onboard.
A Jet Blue A320 with registration N915NN suffered a bird strikes on Wednesday 15th October 2019. The Airbus A320-200 was operating flight B6237 from New York’s John F Kennedy Airport, New York, United States of America to Santiago de Los Caballeros Airport, Dominican Republic when the incident took place.
An American 737-800 with registration N915NN suffered a bird strikes on Tuesday 15th October 2019. The Boeing 737-800 was operating flight AA1608 from Dallas Fort Worth, Texas, United States of American to New York’s La Guardia Airport, New York, United States of America when the incident took place.
A Jet 2 757-200 with registration G-LSAG suffered a bird strike on Sunday 13th October 2019. The Boeing 757-200 was operating flight LS921 from Manchester, United Kingdom to Dalaman, Turkey when the incident took place.
An easyjet A319-100 with registration G-EZDI suffered a bird strikes on Friday 04th October 2019. The Airbus A319 was operating flight U26706 from Alicante, Spain to Belfast, Northern Ireland when the incident took place.
An Air Malta Airbus A320-214 with registration 9H-AEP suffered a bird strike on Friday, September 27th, 2019. The Airbus A320 was accelerating down runway 31 as flight KM622 from Malta, Malta to Palermo, Italy when the aircraft suffered a bird strike.
A Ryanair 737-800 with registration EI-GDN suffered a bird strike on Wednesday, August 7th 2019. The Boeing 737-800 was climbing off runway 27 as flight FR3168 from Liverpool, United Kingdom to Paphos, Cyprus when the aircraft suffered a bird strike.