Another bird strike endangers aircraft

© Ken Fielding flickr
Thomas Cook A321.

HAVING taken off at 6.17am on August 11 from Glasgow, en route for Mallorca, Thomas Cook Airlines flight TCX47MG had to make an emergency landing at Manchester airport at 6.45am after a bird was sucked into one of the engines of the Airbus A321.

There were no casualties and the landing was made safely in order to ensure that no damage had been caused to the aircraft and passengers were transferred to a different aircraft in order to continue their journey.

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