Southwest B737 at St. Louis on Aug 12th 2022, dropped cowling on landing
Last Update: August 15, 2022 / 20:59:00 GMT/Zulu time
The FAA reported: "AIRCRAFT ON LANDING AND COWLING CAME OFF, ST LOUIS, MO."
The aircraft is still on the ground in St. Louis about 80 hours after landing.
Aircraft Registration Data
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