Two Ryanair aircraft involved in minor collision at Dublin Airport

UPDATE: Two Ryanair aircraft were involved in a minor collision this morning at Dublin Airport, causing some delays to flights.

7th October, 2014
A picture of the damaged wings taken by passenger Emily Carroll and reproduced here with her permission.

Two Ryanair aircraft were involved in a minor collision this morning at Dublin Airport, causing some delays to flights.

The two Boeing 737 aircraft were taxiing slowly to the runway when the incident occurred.

In a statement said that the “winglet of one aircraft appears to have scraped the tail of the other.”

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