MileHFL400 wrote:Any more info on this?
LoganTheBogan wrote:It'll buff out.....
Certainly looks like it hit quite hard and then scraped against it for a bit. Doesn't look like a quick fix but then again, I'm not an aircraft engineer.
gzm wrote:Perhaps they should start redesigning those tow-truck cabins so as to have rounded and padded edges. Of course,whether it scrapes or bends the surface, the damage is the same. This should take a month to repair and what amazes me is that it happened "amidships": the truck barely missed the engine (if you see a full picture of their 737-800). And by the way,Kenya Airways, what kind of a sign is that on the tail? Why don't you replace it with the lion of East African airways, your predecessor? It's time to do a full makeover. So you guys at NBO have your cameras ready,this plane could do a test flight before repainting...
Does KQ have spare capacity to cover this plane while it's being repaired?
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