|Quoting 411A (Reply 10):|
Departing JED a couple of years ago, several birds were injested into number one engine.
|Quoting HAWK21M (Reply 16):|
Any Reason.Was it no access?.
|Quoting HAWK21M (Reply 8):|
Comparatively Piston Engined or Turboprops can encounter Propeller blade damage but not much chances of Bird striking the Interiors of the Powerplant.
|Quoting NAS738 (Reply 18):|
Well... They dissasembled pretty much the entire thing to make sure there was no damage to components, but it's almost impossible to remove every little bit of that poor bird without changing the entire engine.
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