Aeroflot A321 at Budapest or Moscow on Dec 3rd 2021, has a screw loose
Last Update: December 7, 2021 / 10:27:29 GMT/Zulu time
Rosaviatsia reported a post flight inspection showed the inner flaps fairing of the inner right hand flaps was punched through. A bolt of the #4 right hand main wheel was missing. An inspection of run- and taxiways at Sheremetyevo did not find any foreign objects.
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