It depends on what and where the actual damage is. It's not going to suddenly become cheap, but if it's fairly minor damage that's easy to replace,
but not something you can fly with long term, it'll be cheaper.
a reply to: Zaphod58
It begs the question, why did they continue flying with high vibes? They must have been off the scale to have caused serious damage,and not one but
two airframes? There are several SE Asian airlines who have been notorious for continuing to fly with vibration levels that other airlines would have
grounded. Maybe LATAM should be footing some of that bill too?
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