An Air China Boeing 737-800 had its radome damaged on 22 March following a bird strike.

The aircraft was operating flight CA103 from Tianjin to Hong Kong when the incident happened.

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Air China says the aircraft’s systems showed no abnormalities during the flight, and that the damage was only noticed after landing in Hong Kong.

No one was injured in the incident.

Flightradar 24 shows that the affected aircraft is registered B-5442. Flight Fleets Analyzer lists the jet as 2009-built and owned and managed by Air China.

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