Southwest B738 at Portland on Aug 28th 2021, bird strike
Last Update: August 30, 2021 / 21:05:05 GMT/Zulu time
The aircraft returned to service about 13.5 hours after landing.
The FAA reported: "AIRCRAFT STRUCK A BIRD DAMAGING RIGHT WING LEADING EDGE, PORTLAND, OR.", rated the damage unknown and the occurrence an incident.
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