Sudan A320 at Juba on Mar 6th 2020, bird strike
Last Update: March 7, 2020 / 23:23:40 GMT/Zulu time
Two engine blades were found damaged as result of the bird strike.
The aircraft remained on the ground for about 26 hours, then positioned back to Khartoum but has not yet returned to service about 36 hours after landing back in Juba.
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