ASN Wikibase Occurrence # 265937
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Narrative:KLM Flight 1151, a scheduled flight bound for Oslo, had to turn around and head back to Amsterdam shortly after takeoff after a bird flew into one of the plane's engines.
|Date:||Thursday 11 October 2001|
|Owner/operator:||KLM Royal Dutch Airlines|
|Fatalities:||Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 64|
|Aircraft damage:|| Minor|
|Location:||near Amsterdam, Noord-Holland -
|Phase:|| Take off|
|Nature:||Passenger - Scheduled|
|Departure airport:||Amsterdam-Schiphol International Airport (AMS/EHAM)|
|Confidence Rating:|| Information is only available from news, social media or unofficial sources|
The aircraft, with 64 passengers on board, left Schipol Airport in Amsterdam at 7:20 PM on Thursday. Trouble struck soon after takeoff and the plane was forced to return to Schipol with only one engine functioning reports the online edition of Verdens Gang and Ørjan Heradstveit, a consultant at Braathens, KLM's Norwegian partner.
The landing was completed without incident and passengers were transported to Norway onboard another aircraft that landed in Oslo just before midnight
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