Vistara A20N at Varanasi on Aug 5th 2022, bird strike
Last Update: August 5, 2022 / 16:01:05 GMT/Zulu time
India's DGCA reported the nose cone of the aircraft was damaged.
The airline reported a replacement aircraft was dispatched to Varanasi following the return due to a bird strike.
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