Red Wings A320 at Moscow on Sep 1st 2020, bird strike
Last Update: September 1, 2020 / 20:44:28 GMT/Zulu time
A post flight inspection revealed the bird had penetrated the lower nose cone just at the connection to the fuselage and caused dents to the lower fuselage as well.
The aircraft is still on the ground about 6 hours after landing.
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