From the BBC:
Goats sacrificed to fix Nepal jet
Nepal's state-run airline has confirmed that it sacrificed two goats to appease a Hindu god, following technical problems with one of its aircraft.
Nepal Airlines said the animals were slaughtered in front of the plane - a Boeing 757 - at Kathmandu airport.
The offering was made to Akash Bhairab, the Hindu god of sky protection, whose symbol is seen on the company's planes.
The airline said that after Sunday's ceremony the plane successfully completed a flight to Hong Kong.
"The snag in the plane has now been fixed and the aircraft has resumed its flights," senior airline official Raju KC was quoted as saying by Reuters.
Yeah! Suck that Dawkins and your atheist ilk! A pair of dead goats made an aircraft fly- lets see your "science" beat that!
I do like how the BBC notes the aircraft model, as if it is implied that different aircraft require different sacrifices. A chicken for a Gulfstream, half a herd of gnu for a 747....