Delta A319 at Austin on Dec 28th 2019, apparent bird strike
Last Update: December 29, 2019 / 21:20:35 GMT/Zulu time
Austin airport reported the nature of the problem is still under investigation, it might have been a bird or drone strike.
Delta Airlines reported the aircraft suffered a mechanical issue.
A replacement A319-100 registration N346NB reached Salt Lake City with a delay of 9.5 hours.
The occurrence aircraft is still on the ground in Austin about 25 hours after landing back.
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