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A bird did this. Really.
And not some giant hulk of a bird. Just a regular bird.
‘The damage of the nose area (radome) by bird hit is a common incident on civil aeronautical operations,’ said a spokesman for Turkish Airlines.
‘The radome area of a plane is constructed of soft materials to minimise the impact of such hits.
originally posted by: Chadwickus
a reply to: MarioOnTheFly
I'm guessing they introduced this after 2001....'cos in 2001...those noses could do some real damage
Nose, fuselage, wings, engines, luggage, wheels, people, fuel..
But you knew that, you were just being clever, right?
It's casual Friday...and yes..I was trying to be clever...it's kinda boring in 9/11 forum lately.