Aeroflot A320 enroute on Mar 30th 2021, lost fuel cap in flight
Last Update: April 2, 2021 / 08:53:59 GMT/Zulu time
Rosaviatsia reported however, a post flight inspection revealed the fuel cap at the left hand wing was missing. Further inspection revealed damage to the lower panel of the left wing near the fuel neck. An investigation has been opened.
The aircraft is still on the ground in Moscow about 65 hours after landing.
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