Iranian plane makes emergency landing after hitting bird

  23 February 2018    Read: 4832
Iranian plane makes emergency landing after hitting bird
The Iranian flight number 7184 that left Kish Island in southern country on Thursday for Kashan, had an emergency landing at Isfahan airport after having a cockpit window blown out, according to IRNA.

The accident occurred following smash of a flying bird to the cockpit resulting in the cracking of the window, a statement by the Kashan Airport said.

The emergency landing had nothing to do with technical issues and only was made for safety and security of the passengers, it said.

This is the second such an accident taking place in the Kashan Airport; Also last year, a Kashan-Mashhad flight had to make an emergency landing in Isfahan following a similar incident.


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