Virgin Australia ATR 72 Tail Damage Mystery Persists

A Virgin Australia ATR 72 was operated on 13 sectors after an inflight incident on Feb. 20, 2014, created an “overstress condition” that left it unairworthy. The aircraft was pulled out of service on Feb. 25 for precautionary reasons following a possible bird strike. A visual inspection of the tail...

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