Singapore Airlines plane’s tail damaged after collision

Photo credits to Steve Pope via Airline Hub Buzz
Singapore Airlines plane’s tail damaged after collision

The tail cone of Singapore Airlines (SIA) plane Boeing 777-300 damaged in a collision with a stationary plane SIA Boeing 777-200 while being towed at Changi Airport, Monday, May 30.

It was first reported by the Airline Hub Buzz website, confirmed by SIA, Wednesday.

“Damage to the aircraft is being assessed and investigations will be carried out to determine how the incident occurred,” the spokesperson said.

Spokesperson of the entire airline said that there were no passengers on board in both planes during the accident and no one on the ground was injured.

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