The Ghana Airport Company Limited (GACL) has provided details of an incident that led to the cancellation of KLM flight scheduled for Amsterdam.
The bird strike grounded a KLM flight at the Kotoka International Airport affected an area close to the aircraft’s windshield.
According to the Ghana Airport Company Limited (GACL), the aircraft was subsequently towed to the parking bay after the Friday evening incident.
Passengers then disembarked and were transported to various hotels around the airport.
“The airline has commenced processes to get passengers back to their final destinations as soon as possible,” a statement from GACL said.
The incident prompted personnel of the Rescue and Fire Fighting Service at the airport to respond to the situation with emergency fire cover.