Bird strike aborts KLM flight at Kotoka

The Ghana Airport Company Limited (GACL) has said it is investigating circumstances that resulted in a KLM flight to Amsterdam aborted on Friday evening at the Kotoka International Airport due to a bird strike.

According to a statement, the birds strike “close to the windshield of the aircraft.”

The airline has commenced processes to get passengers back to their final destinations as soon as possible,” the statement added.


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