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“Oops you did it again”

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Photo ID: 0627305
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Boeing 737-4...
Seville (- San Pablo) (SVQ / LEZL)
Spain, July 20, 2004
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20 miles to the airport, an absorbed-in-other-things stork struck this aircraft causing what you can see here. It didn't affect navigation, so they landed smoothly. Radar was the only thing they lost. It remained unuseful. Birds are not so cute as they try to appear...[aircraft ID withheld on request of photographer, Ed.].
Daniel R. D'herbe - Iberian Spotters
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Photo ID: 0247630
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Virgin Express
Boeing 737-43Q
Brussels - National (Zaventem) / Melsbroek (BRU / EBBR / EBMB)
Belgium, June 16, 2002
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OO-VEP (cn 28489/2827) Birdstrike in engine no 1 during take-off. Incredible how much damage a little bird can do to a fan blade. The X on the damaged fanblades are marked by the technicians and are indicating the blades to removed. The airplane was out of service for 3 days.
Pieter Declerck
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Photo ID: 0627304
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Boeing 737-4...
Seville (- San Pablo) (SVQ / LEZL)
Spain, July 20, 2004
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20 miles to the airport, an absorbed-in-other-things stork struck this aircraft causing what you can see here. It didn't affect navigation, so they landed smoothly. Radar was the only thing they lost. It remained unusable. Birds are not so cute as they try to appear... Waiting a new nose coming from Madrid [aircraft ID withheld on request of photographer, Ed.].
Daniel R. D'herbe - Iberian Spotters
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Photo ID: 1100601
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China Eastern Airlines
Airbus A320-214
Beijing - Capital (PEK / ZBAA)
China, August 27, 2006
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B-2415 (cn 2498) During push back, China Eastern`s A320,B-2415 tail clipped the right wing of China Southern`s B777,B-2058 on the taxiway.
Weimeng
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Photo ID: 0511105
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Dominicana
Boeing 727-1J1
Miami - International (Wilcox Field / 36th Street / Pan American Field) (MIA / KMIA)
USA - Florida, Mid 1970's
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HI-212 (cn 20426/829) In this battle of strength, it was Boeing 1, cement truck 0, and the driver was almost decapitated. "Mella" was parked on old gate E12 and cement truck was deliving to adjacent E11 when he impacted the wing. Minor repairs to the wing, major repairs to the truck cab. Ramp Senior Agent Paul Thomas, my supervisor, standing in tan shirt.
Sunbird Photos by Don Boyd
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Photo ID: 0386453
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Mexicana
Boeing 727-2...
Baltimore / Washington - International (Friendship) (BWI / KBWI)
USA - Maryland, Mid 1980's
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N12*** This Mexicana flight was a charter into BWI. The bus ran into the wing as it arrived to pickup the passengers. Wingtip came within inches of the driver's head. Look close and you can see how much of the wing is still inside the bus. Photo by my father William G. Ebert.
Colin T. Ebert
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Photo ID: 0122511
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Continental Airlines
Boeing 737-724
San Jose - Norman Y. Mineta International (Municipal) (SJC / KSJC)
USA - California, March 2000
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N***** Pilot started to taxi before the all clear was given from the ground crew, acually dragged the tractor 28 feet, no injuries.
Christopher
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Photo ID: 0841968
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Northwest Airlines
Airbus A319-114
Minneapolis / St. Paul - International / Wold-Chamberlain Field (MSP / KMSP)
USA - Minnesota, May 10, 2005
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N368NB (cn 2039) NWA collision on the ground. The DC9 (N763NC) had a hydraulic failure and lost all nose wheel turning capabilities. This is the end result. Only one minor injury.
Cyrus Cambata
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Photo ID: 0926274
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JetBlue Airways
Airbus A320-232
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, September 21, 2005
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N536JB (cn 1784) JetBlue 292 BUR-JFK makes its emergency landing at LAX. The front gear was turned perpendicular to the runway causing the sparks and smoke.
Andrew Marino
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