While carrying my road bike via plane one of my front dropouts has been bent slightly so I can't easily install or remove my front wheel. After I inspected the dropouts I found that one of them has closer tips compared to other, so the threaded axle of the front hub doesn't fit the entrance of the slot.
If I file my aluminum fork's dropout until it is the correct size, will that create another problems? If I remember correctly bending aluminum will create more damage than repairing.
I've taken some pics to clarify my situation. In this picture you could see that axle of front hub has already started to abrade the dropout.
Not sure maybe it's my misalignment but looks like the 2 fingers (ears) of the dropout do not looks perfectly parallel.