American Airlines Boeing 737-800 suffers a bird strike while approaching Kansas City, USA

On November 15, an American Airlines Boeing 737-800 was operating a domestic flight between Chicago O’Hare and Kansas City when the plane suffered multiple goose bumps while on approach to Kansas City. The pilots were able to land the plane safely, but the Boeing sustained significant nose and wing damage.

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Bart has been working in the Belgian aviation industry since 1996. In 2021 he became a volunteer firefighter/EMT. He spends his free time with his Rugrats, his girlfriend, his family and his friends. He loves to travel, eat and dine well and supports his favorite football club KV Mechelen. He is an Ironman 70.3 finisher and dreams of completing a full distance.

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