2003-11-07: On walk around in Halifax by Maintenance, a bird strike was noticed on the right hand leading edge and impact to one prop blade on #2 engine. This occurred on a DHC8
-102 2003-08-18 at 1600Z. There were no reports from the flight crew on Jazz Flight7155 which was a test flight earlier in the morning. Maintenance replaced one blade on #2 engine and leading edge was inspected and determined to be serviceable. Engine inspected and found not to have any bird ingestion. Captains Report Received on Aug. 21, 2003:Performed test flight on the aircraft. Received call informing damage to Right Hand leading wing edge and 1 prop blade on #2 Eng. We were totally unaware that this occurred. Flight was uneventful and no birds were observed. During any phase of the flight, upon completion of the flight the aircraft was parked. No walk around was conducted as test flight was concluded. FSO/ spoke with Captain regarding incident. The crew were not aware that they had a bird strike. The Captain had returned the aircraft to the hangar line, and then proceeded to the flight line to start the next sector. No post walk around was completed.