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American Airlines Flight Rejects Takeoff After Deer Strike

American Airlines flight AA-4952 had to reject takeoff from Williamsport Regional Airport, Pennsylvania, on October 23rd.

The plane was accelerating to takeoff for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, when it hit a deer, prompting the crew to reject takeoff.

The plane safely returned to the apron. Everyone aboard remained safe.

Sunwest Aviation Plane Collides with Deer Upon Landing in Northern Alberta

Sunwest Aviation flight CNK-7123 collided with two deer upon landing at Christina Lake Airstrip, located east of Conklin, Alberta, Canada, on October 3rd.

The incident happened when the plane was coming from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

The plane sustained minor damage.

There were forty-three passengers and four crew members aboard at the time; all of them remained unharmed.

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PSA Airlines Flight Returns to Charlotte After Deer Strike

PSA Airlines flight AA-5320 had to return for an emergency landing in Charlotte, North Carolina, on February 15th.

The FAA reported that the Canadair CRJ-700 plane that took off for Gulfport, Mississippi, had to turn back due to a deer strike during departure.

The plane landed back uneventfully. All 44 people aboard remained safe.

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Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Pennsylvania

A small plane made an emergency landing at Lancaster Airport in Lititz, Pennsylvania, on October 25th.

The pilot of the twin-engine Beechcraft BE58 plane declared an emergency after it hit a deer on take-off from the Wings Field Airport, Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, resulting in damage to the landing gear.

The plane landed safely. All 4 people aboard remained unhurt.

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Horizon Air Plane makes Safe Landing in California after Deer Strike

Horizon AirHorizon Air flight QX-475 made a safe landing at Charles M. Schulz-Sonoma County Airport, Santa Rosa, California, on December 2.

The De Havilland Dash 8-400, en-route from Seattle, Washington, to Santa Rosa, was approaching the runway when it collided with a deer.

The plane landed safely.

All passengers aboard remained unhurt.

Small Plane Hits Deer During Take Off; Makes Safe Emergency Landing

Williamsport Regional AirportA small plane had to make an emergency landing at Williamsport Regional Airport in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, on March 18.

Authorities said the plane, carrying 2 people, hit a deer while taking off from Northumberland County Airport. The pilot immediately reported the incident to ATC, saying he did not know how significant the damage was.

The single-engine plane landed uneventfully at Williamsport Regional Airport and no injuries were reported.

The aircraft did not sustain any major damage.

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