SAA A319 at Johannesburg on Oct 30th 2019, bird strike
Last Update: October 30, 2019 / 21:21:54 GMT/Zulu time
A post flight inspection revealed a bird had struck the underside of the nose radome causing damage to the radome. The aircraft is still on the ground in Johannesburg about 11 hours after landing.
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