Tunisair Airbus A330 L2 Door was Tore Off and found damaged when the aircraft was at Montreal Airport in Canada.
The incident happened on March 4 of this month. A Twitter user posted pictures of the Tunisair Aircraft A330 that was damaged while it was in the bay at the Montreal airport.
The L2 door tore off the fuselage structure when the person tried to touch the door through their fingers.
This aircraft was delivered to the airline in 2015, which was eight years ago.
RadarBox.com, a flight tracking website, reports that the A330, with registration TS-IFM, took off from Tunis (TUN) and landed in Montreal after a delay (YUL). Since March 4, the plane has been grounded at YUL because of the incident.
The Airbus A330 is being repaired by Tunisair’s maintenance team.
Given that Tunisair’s second Airbus A330 is currently undergoing C-check at its facilities, this is a very significant problem. However, following the COVID-19 Pandemic, the aircraft under C-check has been grounded and is now back in service.
The passengers have arrived at their destination aboard another A330 aircraft owned by Tunisair airlines and are safe.
There are now 14 aircraft in the airline’s fleet, according to Planespotters.net.