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Photo ID: 1749885
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British Airways
Boeing 777-236/ER
London - Heathrow (LHR / EGLL)
UK - England, July 18, 2010
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G-YMMJ (cn 30311/311) This aircraft suffered a fairly substantial bird-strike as it was about to land on Runway 27R. Birds can be seen being hit by the nose, fuselage and undercarriage and several were ingested into the starboard engine too, without apparent effect
Mick Bajcar
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Photo ID: 1681553
Views: 42039
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Delta Air Lines
Boeing 757-2Q8
Amsterdam - Schiphol (AMS / EHAM)
Netherlands, July 15, 2009
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N703TW (cn 27620/736) On July 15 ship 6802 suffered a bird strike during its take-off roll at AMS. The 757-200 performed a rejected take-off and in the process applied max brakes. The brakes heated up causing the tires to heat up as well. By design, a plug in one of the tires melted allowing the tire to deflate and break up instead of exploding.
Dirk-Jan Kraan
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Photo ID: 1666265
Views: 48053
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Southern Air
Boeing 747-228F/SCD
Liege (- Bierset) (LGG / EBLG)
Belgium, March 1, 2010
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N753SA (cn 21787/398) Classic 747 vs birds. Birds look dangerously close to this giant. Could have finished in a bird strike. If you like planes, you better like birds, not the same for planes, i guess they don't really like birds... haha
Anthony Guerra - AirTeamImages
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Photo ID: 1651398
Views: 27146
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KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines
Boeing 777-206/ER
Amsterdam - Schiphol (AMS / EHAM)
Netherlands, February 18, 2006
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PH-BQD / QD-004 (cn 33713/465) Darjeeling Railway sits in it's bay in KLM hangar 12 Hun Luymes for an engine change due to a (big) bird strike. One of the fanblades was damaged. Here you see the fresh engine just lifted in it's gondola.
Mark Sluiters
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Photo ID: 1651397
Views: 11364
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KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines
Boeing 777-206/ER
Amsterdam - Schiphol (AMS / EHAM)
Netherlands, February 18, 2006
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PH-BQD / QD-004 (cn 33713/465) One of the cargo holds of Darjeeling Railway which sits in it's bay in KLM hangar 12 Hun Luymes because of an engine change due to a (big) bird strike. One of the fanblades was damaged.
Mark Sluiters
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Photo ID: 1466229
Views: 79636
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US Airways
Airbus A320-214
Off-Airport - New York
USA - New York, January 17, 2009
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N106US (cn 1044) A recovery worker stands next to the shattered number 2 engine of N106US after the plane was removed from the Hudson River. On Thursday, January 15, operating as US Flight 1549 from LGA to CLT, the aircraft experienced dual engine failure, believed caused by bird strikes shortly after departing LGA. The flight crew successfully ditched the A320 into the Hudson River and all 155 passengers and crew were successfully rescued.
John Musolino
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Photo ID: 1465754
Views: 106328
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US Airways
Airbus A320-214
Off-Airport - New York
USA - New York, January 16, 2009
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N106US (cn 1044) A New York City Police boat stands by the remains of N106US in the Hudson River. The afternoon before, operating as US Flight 1549 from LGA to CLT, the aircraft experienced dual engine failure, believed caused by bird strikes shortly after departing LGA. The flight crew was able to successfully ditch the A320 into the Hudson River alongside Manhattan. A quick response by the local water taxi company, along with others, resulted in the rescue of all 155 passengers and crew!
John Musolino
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Photo ID: 1424107
Views: 86997
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Ryanair
Boeing 737-8AS
Rome - Ciampino (CIA / LIRA)
Italy, November 10, 2008
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EI-DYG (cn 33639/2557) On Monday 10 November this aircraft had multiple bird strikes. At 200ft nr1 engine lost power and milliseconds thereafter the engine nr 2 lost power. The pilot landed the aircraft as soon possible.
Ettore F.
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Photo ID: 1386056
Views: 13396
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British Airways
Airbus A320-232
Frankfurt am Main (Rhein-Main AB) (FRA / FRF / EDDF)
Germany, August 5, 2008
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G-EUUT (cn 3314) This one reminds me of the Alfred Hitchcock movie, talking about the chances of a bird strike. This flock of birds was rapidly going back and forth around the taxiway prior. Then the BA babybus came by...the rest is history. Even though I was concentrating on some arrival traffic, but when I saw the birds coming closer, I had to take that shot and of course missed the other one.......worth it, you bet!
Vasco Garcia
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Photo ID: 1275870
Views: 4926
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Mexicana
Airbus A319-112
Mexico City (- Licenciado Benito Juarez International) (MEX / MMMX)
Mexico, September 2007
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N882MX (cn 1882) The nose cone of this nineteen shows a bit of damage, it is actually hard to tell on the full size image if it might be a bird strike, anyways watch him splash some water as he incorporates the taxiway.
Juan Carlos Guerra - Aviation Photography of Mexico
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Photo ID: 1249305
Views: 5197
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Tri-MG Airlines
Boeing 727-223/Adv(F)
Singapore - Changi (SIN / WSSS)
Singapore, July 27, 2006
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PK-YGR (cn 20993/1189) Wow! Pretty close to a tail strike! A few more inches and the tail strike protecter would have scraped the runway. This nice classic bird is named "Zenith."
Je89 W.
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Photo ID: 1222148
Views: 4616
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Ryanair
Boeing 737-8AS
Stockholm - Vasteras (Vasteras - Hasslo) (VST / ESOW)
Sweden, May 21, 2007
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EI-CSF (cn 29921/560) During this wet landing the crew reported bird strike when touching down. The departure back to London got delayed 3 hours and 45 minutes.
Patric Borg
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Photo ID: 1097925
Views: 32174
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UK - Air Force
British Aerospace Hawk T1
Leuchars (St. Andrews) (ADX / EGQL)
UK - Scotland, August 14, 2006
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XX250 (cn 086/312086) Making an emergency landing following a bird strike - the impact point can be seen on the nose, along with splatter on the windshield.
Mark McGrath
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Photo ID: 1047955
Views: 35518
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United Airlines
Boeing 747-422
Sydney - Kingsford Smith International (Mascot) (SYD / YSSY)
Australia - New South Wales, May 14, 2006
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N175UA (cn 24382/806) UNITED 870 on full take-off roll and all the sudden bird strike on ENGINE 1, Look close at the engine as you can see the fire personal inspecting the engine (Canon 350D and Canon 100-400mm IS L USM)
Sarmad Al-Khozaie - Tranquillity Aviation Photography
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Photo ID: 1047937
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United Airlines
Boeing 747-422
Sydney - Kingsford Smith International (Mascot) (SYD / YSSY)
Australia - New South Wales, May 14, 2006
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N175UA (cn 24382/806) UNITED 870 on full take-off roll and all the sudden bird strike on ENGINE 1 cowling. this is an up close a personal shot with the damage (can any one spot the blood and the bent fan blades. he was a huge bird to do such damage). (Canon 350D, Canon 100-400mm L IS USM)
Sarmad Al-Khozaie - Tranquillity Aviation Photography
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Photo ID: 0989824
Views: 2777
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American Airlines
Boeing 767-323/ER
Dallas / Fort Worth - International (DFW / KDFW)
USA - Texas, January 1, 2006
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N399AN (cn 29606/752) The proud bird strikes a perfect New Year's pose. Just in from Zurich. (Canon 300D, 100-400 IS L)
Tim Perkins
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Photo ID: 0968705
Views: 16620
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Untitled (Johnsons Air)
McDonnell Douglas DC-8-62H(F)
Sharjah - International (SHJ / OMSJ)
United Arab Emirates, November 22, 2005
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9G-PEL (cn 46085/481) This aircraft has apparently been standing idle at Sharjah for a few weeks. It looks as though it has had a substantial bird strike and the windows have been crudely covered with cardboard.
Mick Bajcar
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Photo ID: 0824976
Views: 3781
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Euro Atlantic Airways
Boeing 767-33A/ER
Lisbon (- Portela de Sacavem) (LIS / LPPT)
Portugal, April 17, 2005
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CS-TLM (cn 25535/491) Scary stuff!! I just couldn't believe my eyes!! For a moment I thought I was going to witness my first bird strike as this MMZ bird lands through a flock of pigeons that wandered into the approach path. Luckily no bird was ingested into the engines and the plane landed safely.
Alexandre Pontes
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Photo ID: 0704510
Views: 7159
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Varig
Boeing 777-236
Santiago - Arturo Merino Benitez (Pudahuel) (SCL / SCEL)
Chile, July 25, 2004
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PP-VRC (cn 27108/17) Considering this heavy "air-traffic", I was surprised not to whitness a bird-strike!
Thomas Posch - VAP
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Photo ID: 0667207
Views: 38310
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Netherlands - Air Force
General Dynamics (Fokker) F-16A Fighting Falcon (401)
Leeuwarden (LWR / EHLW)
Netherlands, October 4, 1983
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J-252 (cn 6D-41) The sad ending of the J-252. During take-off it suffered a bird -strike, so the pilot decided to abort take off. Unfortunately, he missed the arresting cable and overran the runway ending up in one the many ditches outside the airfield. Sadly the pilot was killed. The special tail to commemorate 40 years of 322 sqn was already painted over, but parts of it appered after the crash
Lieuwe Hofstra
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Photo ID: 0650926
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Raytheon 58 Baron
Grand Central (Johannesburg -) (GCJ / FAGC)
South Africa, November 30, 2000
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ZS-SSS (cn TH-1941) This is definitely a bird strike. This is the size of the bird that was stuck in the nose gear of the aircraft. It was dragged for over an hour back to Grand Central.
Leonard Edwards
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Photo ID: 0519611
Views: 11037
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Free Bird Airlines
McDonnell Douglas MD-83 (DC-9-83)
Zurich (- Kloten) (ZRH / LSZH)
Switzerland, February 28, 2004
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TC-FBD (cn 53186/2092) Are these my eyes, or was this take-off really that close to a tail-strike? I guess this is not a typical DC-9 take-off? Or am I wrong?
Christian Galliker - AirTeamImages
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Photo ID: 0402628
Views: 2038
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Lufthansa
Boeing 737-330
Munich (- Franz Josef Strauss) (MUC / EDDM)
Germany, July 15, 2003
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D-ABEF (cn 25217/2094) Talking about birds in the vicinity of airports...no bird strike this time!
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