Photo Credit: Getty Images
iAero Airways Boeing 737 has accordingly landed with missing tail parts.
The iAero Boeing 737-800, registered N820TJ, according a tweet by JACDEC, was carrying out flight WQ-3518 from Victorville (VCV) to San Diego (SAN), United States, on May 19, 2020.
iAero Airways is a charter airline, subsidiary of iAero Group.
The airline was previously known as Swift Air, until its acquisition in 2019.
Th aircraft landed on San Diego’s runway 27, says the tweet sighted by African Entertainment.
Pictures shared alongside the tweet show that non-structural parts of the vertical tail, the leading edge and left side, had gone missing.
Swift Air Boeing 737-800 (N820TJ, built 1998) was seen landing at San Diego Intl AP (KSAN), CA with parts of its lower vertical tail missing. It appears those parts separated during flight from Victorville to KSAN. @dougkempf @JustJettingThru pic.twitter.com/sQ77vGgu1O
— JACDEC (@JacdecNew) May 21, 2020
Dents could be seen on the leading edge of the left horizontal stabilizer.
However, no casualty was reported.
African Entertainment understands that the plane is still immobilized, more than 45 hours after the flight.
The Boeing 737 N820TJ is believed to be a 22-year-old airframe and was acquired by iAero in 2019.
Do you have a story, video for African entertainment? WhatsApp Us on +233543452542
You can also email us at info@AfricanEntertainment.com