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Two aircraft collide at Dubai International Airport

Posted 22 July 2021 · Add Comment

A FlyDubai Boeing 737-800 aircraft heading to Kyrgyzstan and a Ďunidentifiedí aircraft from Gulf Air collided with each other on the taxiway at Dubai International Airport.

 

FlyDubai said its aircraft was ‘affected by a minor incident’ on Thursday and forced to return to the stand.

 

Authorities in Dubai reported no injuries in the incident, and passengers took a later flight six hours later.

 

“FlyDubai will work with the authorities to investigate the incident,” the airline said, adding that the collision damaged a wingtip on one of the aircraft.

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