Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen said Tuesday that the aircraft's fiberglass nose cone and an antenna were shipped to
The aircraft landed safely."I don't know if they noticed anything was wrong until they got onto the gate and we're walking past the windows and saw the plane the commotion that was happening at the windows," a passenger said.
A Tampa International Airport spokeswoman initially blamed the dent on a bird, but Bergen said the crew reported the bang while flying at 18,000 feet - an altitude too high for a bird.
Source:WMKG TV6 - Orlando