|Quoting B6JFKH81 (Reply 7):|
Nah, the slat was replaced and the a/c is flying. The a/c was in the hangar for a short time while the slat was expedited from the business partner and the proper tooling was brought in.
Thanks. Good to know.
|Quoting Airlinelover (Reply 8):|
Quoting Lightsaber (Reply 6):
like the AA A300 that hit the hanger this is Airbus' fault
That would be about right..
I hope my sarcasm was obvious.
Ok Airlinelover, your signature is hilarous!
|Quoting B6JFKH81 (Reply 4):|
I just cannot believe how many bird strikes are taking place lately.
There is a reason birdstrike survivability is such an important part of aircraft design.
Somewhere I read "between men and their aircarft and birds, history has shown that the birds win after minor casualties." While not quite 100% true, its asking for trouble to build airports near major bird zones. (e.g., why the poor Candian Geese near LGA