American Airways aircraft lands ‘with out incident’ after reported fowl strike
An American Airlines flight leaving Boston was delayed over a potential fowl strike and was pressured to show round.
The aircraft left Boston Logan Airport and was scheduled to land at Ronald Reagan Washington Nationwide Airport simply earlier than eight p.m.
Pictures from FlightRadar24, which exhibits real-time flight patterns, present the aircraft circling the Boston space earlier than returning to the airport.
A Massachusetts Port Authority spokesperson instructed Fox Information that the aircraft “landed with out incident.”
American Airways didn’t instantly reply to Fox Information’ request for remark.