The two Delta Air Lines aircraft touched the wings of the Boston Logan International Airport when the plane arrived at the port on Friday night.
Delta spokesman Susannah Thurston confirmed the news in a statement to the United States today Saturday.
"As Delta flights 2488 from San Francisco to Boston were taxed to the gate on arrival, the aircraft's wing was in contact with the wing of another Delta aircraft parked at an adjacent port and planned to operate on flight 154 from Boston to Dublin. , Les.
Customers from both aircraft could deplane normally, and the airline's maintenance team considers both aircraft, according to the statement.
The Declaration continued, "The safety of Delta's customers and crew is our first priority More: Delta Air Lines made it only cheaper to travel with bicycles, surfboards
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