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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - The wing tips of two passenger jets ‘scratched’ each other at a Japanese airport this morning, an airport operator said, with reports saying no one was injured. — AFP pic
TOKYO, Feb 1 — The wing tips of two passenger jets “scratched” each other at a Japanese airport this morning, an airport operator said, with reports saying no one was injured.
The incident involving the two All Nippon Airways aircraft happened shortly after 10.00am at the domestic terminal of Osaka’s Itami airport, a Kansai Airports spokesman told AFP.
“We’ve been told wing tips of two ANA planes scratched each other,” the spokesman said.
No passenger or crew was injured, local media said.
The accident is the latest of a string of mishaps involving Japanese aircraft and airports since the start of the year.
The most serious was a near-catastrophic collision at Haneda airport between a Japan Airlines aircraft and a smaller coast guard plane on January 2.
All 379 people on board the JAL Airbus escaped just before the aircraft was engulfed in flames. Five of the six people on the smaller aircraft died. — AFP
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