There are many examples of aircraft striking trees during a crash sequence, usually with high fatality rates.
Have any airliners struck* one or more trees and proceeded to successfully land on a runway at an airport without any fatalities?
*Struck in this case meaning physical contact during flight which caused significant damage beyond scratches, such as denting, broken lights, partial loss of lift and/or control.
If I understand the terminology correctly, these incidents would be "Controlled Flight into Terrain (CFIT)" with subsequent airport landing without loss of life.
The closest I'm aware of is Scandinavian Airlines Flight 751 which lost thrust from both its engines and glided mostly into a clearing, striking trees as it went down.
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