Boeing 737-800 landed in San Diego with a missing tail unit

The crew of the Boeing 737-800 airline iAero made a flight to San Diego, without noticing the loss of part of the tail stabilizer, the Daily Mail reports.

According to the publication, the plane of the airline iAero May 19 flew from the airport of Southern California in San Diego. In-flight, the airliner lost two parts of the tail, but the crew did not notice this. After that, the plane safely landed at the San Diego International Airport.

Aviation enthusiasts photographed the plane’s landing and posted pictures on social networks.

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