Two flights, two hours apart, suffered bird strikes this morning on arrival at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, officials said.
No humans were injured during the two incidents.
The Airbus A320, which typically seats up to 150 passengers, had departed from Los Angeles.
Air traffic control audio indicates that a small bird struck the side of the aircraft upon landing.
JetBlue did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
About two hours later, Singapore Airlines Flight 26 hit several birds.
The Airbus jet arriving in New York from Singapore, via Frankfurt, Germany, experienced the collision upon landing, according to an airline statement.
One pilot reported “a big flock of birds just went into the right two engines of that Singapore [Airbus] A380,” according to air traffic control audio.
Officials were forced to close two runways after the incident, according to the audio.
The FAA reported 13,668 bird strikes in the U.S. in 2014, the year for which the most recent statistics are available.