Fokker 100 nose cone birdstrike on departure - photo


#1

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D-AGPH photo Ptkay/pprune

Aviation Herald A Contact Air Fokker 100 on behalf of Swiss, registration D-AGPH performing flight C3-1343/LX-1343 from Warsaw (Poland) to Zurich (Switzerland) with 83 passengers and 4 crew, struck a bird on climb out of Warsaw and received a large dent on its nose cone. The airplane levelled off at 9000 feet and returned to Warsaw’s runway 33 for a safe landing 35 minutes after departure.


#2

I didn’t know Ostriches could fly! :stuck_out_tongue:
Freakin’ big “dent.”


#3

By bird, do they mean Piper?


#4

I was hoping to see some bird parts mangled up in there.


#5

:open_mouth:


#6

If I said that I’d never hear the end of it. . . :confused:


#7

Sad but true Will.

Good thing it wasn’t a cat!

:laughing:


#8

What if I go all out on the bird thing, like dami did about the cat?

I’m a bird owner. . . I might be offended?


#9

Go for it my boy.

We could all use a laugh.


#10

I don’t wanna lock this thang. . .

And the last thing I would do is be offended! :laughing:
I don’t give a crap if some buzzard or crow gets hit. . . I have a turkey. :stuck_out_tongue:


#11

Fattening it up for Thanksgiving???

http://steinbaugh.com/media/bush-fake-turkey.jpg


#12

I use a Cessna 210 to hunt geese.


#13

Fattening it up for Thanksgiving???

No. . . He thinks he’s a dog, along with the pig. :stuck_out_tongue:

I use a Cessna 210 to hunt geese.

Never ride in an A320. Geese hunt them. . .