(CNN) — A Delta flight was compelled to return to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Worldwide Airport on Sunday evening “after coming involved with birds throughout takeoff,” the airline stated.
The flight circled after its crew reported a fowl strike had cracked a windshield on the Airbus A320.
In an announcement to CNN, Delta Air Traces stated upkeep personnel have been evaluating the plane because the airline labored “to reaccommodate clients on an alternate plane to Washington D.C.”
Flight 2281 was initially scheduled to land at Ronald Reagan Washington Nationwide Airport, however as a result of airport restrictions, was rescheduled to land at Washington Dulles Worldwide Airport.
No passengers or crew have been injured in the course of the incident, a spokesperson for Delta advised CNN.
There are round 15,000 fowl strikes reported yearly, in keeping with the Federal Aviation Administration. About 5% of them end in harm to the plane.