Flights to flip after bird crash

airline NorwegianThe airline Norwegian Air Shuttle (NAS). Photo: Norway Today Media

A passengair airplane from Norwegian route Trondheim to Bergen had to return after beeing hit by a bird.

The plane hit a bird after take off, so-called bird strike, and the captain decided to return to Vaernes. The plane landed safely without any problems, Norwegian told to Stjørdalens Blad.
The plane did take of at 12.51, but landed again after about 18 minutes in the air.
The plane is being checked by technicians before it flies to Bergen.
– If it takes time, we will consider to rebook passengers so they come as quickly as possible to their destination, the newspaper gets informed from the Norwegian’s press officer.

Source: NTB scanpic / Norway Today


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