Add This To The Never Ending List of Why Air Travel Stinks Right Now. A Bird Puts A Nice Crater In The Nose Of An Aircraft Just By Flying Into It

HP- American Airlines said in a statement that Flight 2310, bound for Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, returned to Seattle “due to a bird strike, which struck the nose of the aircraft.” Airline spokesman Ross Feinstein said the plane “landed safely and taxied to the gate.” “Our maintenance team is currently evaluating the aircraft,” Feinstein added. Passengers were transferred to a different aircraft for the flight to Texas. The pilot told air traffic controllers, “Looks like we hit some birds after takeoff. We’re gonna need to go back and have the airplane looked at,” according ABC News, which cited LiveATC.net.

HP- American Airlines said in a statement that Flight 2310, bound for Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, returned to Seattle “due to a bird strike, which struck the nose of the aircraft.”
Airline spokesman Ross Feinstein said the plane “landed safely and taxied to the gate.”
“Our maintenance team is currently evaluating the aircraft,” Feinstein added. Passengers were transferred to a different aircraft for the flight to Texas.
The pilot told air traffic controllers, “Looks like we hit some birds after takeoff. We’re gonna need to go back and have the airplane looked at,” according ABC News, which cited LiveATC.net.

Its May 3rd, 2016. The Wright Brothers took flight on December 17, 1903 in the first aircraft of its kind. That plane was practically made out of Popsicle sticks at the time but it was revolutionary. Over 100 years later of technological advances where air travel is considered as common place as air, yet one flight can get completely derailed because a bird fucking hits it. And not just a smear of blood and feathers remain as a remind, but a god damn crater right in the nose of the plane that makes it seem like a pterodactyl size bird punched the plane right in its face. How can this happen in 2016 with so many advances in material technology. and how are planes not made of some indestructible super flying metal? Frankly in 2016, i dont get how we don’t already have access to some Strak tech arc reactor tech with repulors for flight and air travel. We’re living in the future, get with it airplanes.

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