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A KLM flight to Amsterdam was aborted on Friday evening at the Kotoka International Airport due to a bird strike incident “close to the windshield of the aircraft”, an official statement said.

The Ghana Airport Company Limited (GACL) in a statement dated 4 September 2021, said the KLM Royal Dutch Airline will reschedule its aborted flight to Amsterdam as soon as possible.

It said investigations into the cause of the incident have begun.

Below is the full statement:


Source: Daily Mail GH


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