A RYANAIR flight traveling to Lanzarote was forced to turn back amid reports of a bird hit.
The 7:50 am flight from Manchester airport was to land at Liverpool John Lennon airport at 9.23 am.
According to Flight Aware the Ryanair flight was experiencing a delay of about 25 minutes which is referred to as “increasing”.
Social media reports and flight trackers believed the delay was due to a bird flying into the plane’s engine.
On Twitter, a user said that on FR2131 flights takeoff “the engines sounded really rough”.
Another user suggested that the “bird strike on takeoff” loud engine was the cause.
Ryanair has been contacted for a comment.
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