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A plane clipped the wing of another passenger aircraft on the tarmac of John F. Kennedy International Airport.
NEW YORK – Two planes carrying 155 passengers collided on the tarmac of JFK airport Saturday morning.
The Air India aircraft was taxiing to the terminal while the Jet Blue Flight 145 which was bound for West Palm Beach, Florida, was parked at the gate, preparing for departure.
According to Jet Blue spokesman Alex Headrick, the Air India jet was taxiing to the terminal when its left wing tip hit the parked Jet Blue Flight 145 which was bound for West Palm Beach, Florida, CBS reported.
He said the aircraft sustained damage to the rear rudder and the Air India jet incurred damage to the aircraft's left wing tip.
No injuries were reported.
The Federal Aviation Administration has launched an investigation. It said the aircraft were not under air traffic control at the time of the accident.