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A traveler walks previous an American Airways Group Inc. plane at Ronald Reagan Nationwide Airport (DCA) in Washington, D.C.
An American Airways flight safely landed in Boston after hitting a flock of geese on Sunday morning.
American Airways flight 2163 took off from Boston Logan Worldwide Airport at 10:08 am jap time, heading for LaGuardia Airport in New York Metropolis.
The flight had 99 passengers and a crew of 4.
The aircraft returned to Boston after encountering a chook strike, in response to an announcement from the airline. The flight landed safely at 10:19 AM and taxied to the gate, American Airways stated.
Passengers boarded a alternative plane, which took off at 11:52 a.m. ET, stated American Airways spokesman Ross Feinstein.
The airline’s upkeep workforce in Boston will consider the Embraer E190 plane.