Endeavor CRJ2 at New York on Feb 25th 2019, wing damage possibly by jet blast of previous departing aircraft
Last Update: February 26, 2019 / 17:14:41 GMT/Zulu time
The FAA reported the aircraft received visible damage to a wing due to possible jet blast from flight BA-116.
The CRJ was able to depart about 75 minutes later and reached Washington with a delay of 73 minutes. The aircraft remained on the ground in Washington for about 7 hours and continued service.
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