Southwest Airlines Flight Suffers Bird Strike Near BWI Airport

Tuesday, March 20, 2018
By George Hatcher

Southwest Airlines flight WN-3095 suffered a bird strike near Baltimore, Maryland, on March 17th.

The Boeing 737-700 plane flying from Norfolk, Virginia, was on final approach to Baltimore–Washington International Airport when it hit a flock of geese.

The plane continued for a safe landing. Everyone aboard remained unharmed.

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