Object Penetrates MEA Airbus A320 Cabin

Anna Zvereva from Tallinn, Estonia, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

LONDON – In the last hour, it has been revealed that an MEA Airbus A320 cabin has been penetrated by an object, which is believed to be a bullet.

The aircraft in question was OD-MRM, which was performing flight ME311 from Amman to Beirut.

The aircraft departed Amman at 1039 local time before arriving in Beirut at 1118 local time. As per data on RadarBox.com, there isn’t any indication of evasion of arms being fired at the aircraft.

Below, you can see images of the damage, as per The Aviation Herald:

This is a developing story.

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