Major birdstrike damage due to geese-strikes on engine, nose and gear.

Watch this video of a 737 classic which had a birdstrike with many geese, just after takeoff. The LH engine was shut down and the aircraft made a save circuit back to the landing runway. It landed safely, with the RH engine still operating. The aircraft suffered major damage to the LH engine, both wing leading edges, the nose area and the landing gear. This video was made just to show you what a birdstrike can do with an aircraft, and what the resulting damage can be. Also good to see that the aircraft was capable to fly, fully loaded, on one engine back to the airport to land safely. That is what it is designed for, and that is what pilots are trained to do. It ended up just according the design of the plane and the goals of the pilot training. The aircrfat was repaired completely and returned to service after many weeks of extensive repairs.

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