American B38M at Denver on Aug 27th 2018, bird strike
Last Update: August 28, 2018 / 15:45:06 GMT/Zulu time
The aircraft was unable to perform the return flight to Miami, still flight AA-2793. A replacement Boeing 737-800 registration N962NN reached Miami with a delay of about 20 minutes.
The FAA reported an engine (LEAP1B) ingested a bird.
The occurrence aircraft returned to service about 10 hours after landing.
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