A group of cranes crashed as a plane was about to land in Bologna, Italy. Some birds were dragged to the right engine of the aircraft while others hit the windshield of the cabin. Ryan Air’s FR1194 crashed last Wednesday (11/24).
A video posted on the Twitter profile “Breaking Aviation News” shows a Boeing 787-800 engine catching fire and landing. In the photos published on the same profile, you can see the animal parts attached to the engine.
Although the pilots’ eyesight was damaged in the crash using the cranes, the team was able to land safely at Guglielmo Marconi International Airport and no one was injured.
According to the English newspaper “The Independent”, accidents with birds cause more than $ 1 billion in damage and delays to airlines each year, usually just before landing.
In October, the same airline encountered a similar problem: a flight from England to the Canary Islands was hit by a bird in the engine, still in English territory, forced to make an emergency landing. A company spokesman said the plane was in normal condition at the time.
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