A Delta Air Lines flight landed back at John F. Kennedy International Airport Wednesday morning after a bird strike.
The Federal Aviation Administrations said Delta Air Lines Flight 1907 landed safely around 9:45 a.m. at John F. Kennedy International Airport after a bird strike.
The Boeing 737-900 was bound for Nassau, Bahamas. It took off from runway 04L heading to North when the aircraft suffered a bird strike.
The bird hit above the windshield. You can see the remnants. No structural damage. Always tricky when a plane loaded with fuel has to land. #DL1907 @delta https://t.co/4meElVxDdm pic.twitter.com/v5CPKbg8F6
— Tony Aiello (@AielloTV) February 8, 2023
The pilots informed the Air Traffic Control of the incident and the plane quickly returned and touched down only 20 minutes later.
There were no reports of injuries.
The FAA says it will investigate the incident.