Qatar B772 at Panama City on Aug 15th 2021, bird strike
Last Update: August 25, 2021 / 15:27:29 GMT/Zulu time
A postflight inspection revealed the #1 engine had ingested a bird. The aircraft remained on the ground in Maastricht for about 7.5 hours, then continued the next sector to Doha (Qatar).
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