African low-cost carrier fastjet announced its Tanzanian flight services have been hit by four bird strikes, which resulted in a number of flights being delayed or canceled. “Fastjet aircraft encountered an unprecedented total of four bird strikes in two weeks, with two large birds colliding with the nose cone of the aircraft, and two hitting the aircraft engines fan blades,” fastjet said in a statement. “Safety remains fastjet’s top priority, so following each ...

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