Sunday, February 26, 2012

PHOTO: Frontier Airlines Airbus A320-200, N216FR: Bird Strike - St. Louis International Airport

Photo courtesy of Kate Martin. Twitter @KateReports

DENVER — A Frontier Airlines flight from St. Louis, Missouri to Denver had to turn around and make an emergency landing after an apparent bird strike early Sunday morning.

According to St. Louis International Airport spokesman Jeff Lee, just after 6 a.m. Flight 297 struck a flock of birds on takeoff out of St. Louis.

The plane quickly turned around and the 58 passengers on board were placed on the next available flight.

A Frontier spokesperson says the aircraft is currently out of service for repairs.

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