Fan blades of an aero-engine assembly are the critical components that are subjected to Foreign Object Damage (FOD) such as bird impact. Bird impact resulting in deformation damage onto set of blades, which in turn alters the blade mass and stiffness distribution compared to undamaged blades. This paper presents the numerical evaluation of dynamic characteristics of bird impact damaged blades. The dynamic characteristics evaluated are the natural frequencies and mode shapes of post impact damaged set of blades and the results are compared with undamaged set of blades. The frequencies and mode shapes are evaluated for the damaged blades, with varying angles of bird impact and three blade rotational speeds. Study reveals that first bending and torsional frequencies of deformed blades are significantly affected compared to undamaged set of blades. Study emphasize the need to evaluate the natural frequencies deformed blades, that has direct bearing on High Cycle Fatigue (HCF) life of the blade, to ensure post damaged blades operate safely for certain time to reduce inflight accidents and safe landing. Copyright © 2013 by ASME.