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A350 suffers with the wind.

Posted 1 May 2020 · Add Comment

A Qatar Airways A350 parked a remote stand at Doha International Airport was damaged by a Boeing 787 Dreamliner as high winds swept through the Gulf yesterday.

The parked  Dreamliner is beleived to have been blown 45-degrees by the wind and collided with the A350 next to it. The aircraft - registered A7-ALJ - suffered damage to its forward fuselage. The damage is beleived to be minor.

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