A Turkish Airlines Boeing 737-800—enroute from Istanbul Ataturk to Nevşehir Kapadokya—flew through a flock of birds on final approach to  Nevşehir on Tuesday, causing extensive damage to the aircraft’s radome. According to several reports, the aircraft—which was carrying 125 passengers—landed safely. A Turkish Airlines spokesperson told ATW: “The damage of the nose area [radome] by a bird strike is a common incident on civil aeronautical ...

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