— WBZ Boston News (@cbsboston) June 9, 2014
Nobody was injured but two passenger jets are damaged after bumping into each other on the tarmac at Logan International Airport in Boston.
The incident involved a Southwest Airlines aircraft, preparing to depart for Kansas City, that was being pushed back from its gate, Massport said. The left winglet of the Southwest Boeing 737 struck the right horizontal stabilizer of a JetBlue A-320 aircraft, Massport spokesman Matthew Brelis said.
108 passengers had to be rerouted and the FAA is looking into the accident. More photos below.
— Scott Tetreault (@BostonNewsMan) June 9, 2014
— FOX 25 News Boston (@fox25news) June 9, 2014
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