Eurowings A320 at Corfu on Oct 10th 2021, bird strike
Last Update: October 13, 2021 / 15:37:53 GMT/Zulu time
A ground observer reported on Oct 13th 2021 the aircraft is still on the apron in Corfu with the right engine cowlings opened.
The aircraft is still on the ground in Corfu about 72 hours after landing back.
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