Transcript for Bird Strikes Cause Scary Landings in New York
Now to a set of frightening plane landings here in New York. Two packed aircraft, two hours apart, slamming into birds at JFK. The incidents again raising concerns about the dangers of birds around our airports. David Kerley has more from Reagan national airport. Reporter: It's one of the most vulnerable parts of a flight, the landing. Twice jets on final approach hit birds. During the morning rush, a jetblue aircraft flew right into trouble. Touchdown. We had a bird strike. It hit the side of the aircraft. Reporter: Another pilot saw the effects. A very small bird. It's dead. Reporter: Two hours later, a four-engine jumbo jet. A Singapore a-380 also hits birds. A big flock of birds wept into those two engines. They're kind of scattered everywhere. Reporter: They were star lynx. There's a bunch of dead birds on the runway. I don't want to take off. Reporter: Both flights completed landings without further incident the. They can be dangerous. Hit birds. We've lost both engines. Reporter: That is the radio call from sully Sullenberger's jet. Landing in the Hudson. A sorry -- This is the captain. Brace for impact. Reporter: -- Now becoming a Hollywood movie. "Sully." I got an a-330 diving for the river. No one has ever trained for an incident like that. Reporter: And jetblue tells us that their jet was back in service last night. No word from Singapore. That bigger jet that hit a flock of birds. George, this is not uncommon. A couple of dozen times a day, a plane hits a bird. Okay, David, thank you very much. We're going to get to the
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