Japan Transport Ministry Conducts Emergency Investigation Of Japan Airlines Following 6 Safety-Related Incidents

Recent incidents

Yesterday, two Japan Airlines Airbus A350-900s were involved in a minor collision at Haneda Airport. The incident, which involved the left wingtip of one plane colliding with the right wingtip of the other, occurred around 07:30. Though no one was injured, the airline canceled the flight to New Chitose Airport, which was due to be operated by the aircraft that caused the collision.

The collision took place while one plane was being pushed back from its gate and the other was pulling into position at the next gate. The plane that was pulling into its gate did not have any passengers onboard, but Japan Airlines delayed the flight to swap the aircraft.


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