Flynas A320 near Dammam on May 6th 2018, dropped part of wing root fairing panel
Last Update: May 7, 2018 / 14:45:37 GMT/Zulu time
A passenger reported during the descent towards Damman a "thud noise" was heard which the passenger believed to have been an overhead locker or toilet door being slammed shut, another passenger indicated he had been asleep and woke up by the noise. After the passengers disembarked they noticed part of a panel was missing from the left hand wing root fairing.
The occurrence aircraft is still on the ground about 23 hours after landing.
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