Two JetBlue planes collide on the ground at Boston Airport

Two JetBlue planes collide on the ground at Boston Airport






















Two JetBlue planes collide on the ground at Boston Airport







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Two JetBlue planes collided on the runway at Boston’s Logan International Airport Thursday morning, disrupting the travel plans of all passengers on board.

The Federal Aviation Administration said the left wing of Flight 777 collided with the right horizontal stabilizer of Flight 551 at about 6:40 a.m. while it was on the melt pad.

No injuries were reported.

Dave Sutter, one of the passengers, was headed to Las Vegas to work at a Super Bowl event when the accident occurred after they pulled away from the gate, he told Boston 25 News.

The Federal Aviation Administration confirmed that the left wing of Flight 777 collided with the right horizontal stabilizer of Flight 551 at approximately 6:40 a.m. while it was on the defrost pad. Dave Sutter
One flight was to Las Vegas while the other was headed to Orlando, Florida.
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No one was injured during the incident, according to reports. @Dyegrl1984/X
The FAA said the left wing of Flight 777 collided with the right horizontal stabilizer of Flight 551 at about 6:40 a.m. @RealRyanB/X

He said the 777 flight was full as he waited to return to the gate for another flight.

Officials say the other plane was headed to Orlando, Florida.

The Federal Aviation Administration is now investigating the incident.





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