Aviation

Tail Collison at Istanbul Airport

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This Sunday an Asiana A330 collided with the tail of a parked Turkish Airways A321 at Istanbul Airport.

No injuries were reported, and fire crews rushed to the scene to prevent any fire starting onboard. The Asiana A330 is said to have minor damage to the winglet and wing structure on the port (left) side and the A321 having substantial damage to the tail plane including the APU Unit onboard.

An investigation is ongoing to find the cause of the incident. We will keep you updated with the latest.

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  1. Hey guys, my name is Charly Dat Duc Lai and I am a huge of Aviation. The last couple of months ago I flew onboard ANA (All Nippon Airways) from the United States of America to Vietnam. I took 2 airplanes, the aircraft that I flew onboard were the Boeing 777-300ER and Boeing 767-300. I even made a stop at Narita International Airport on Monday February 12, 2018 in Tokyo, Japan after my long flight from Chicago, Illinois, USA (United States of America). I left to go to O’hare International Airport on Sunday February 11, 2018. While I was at O’hare International Airport, I took some pictures of the airplanes on my iPhone. I even took a picture of the United Airlines Boeing 757-300 while the aircraft was pushing back to get ready for departure. I made a stop at Narita International Airport to change my flights. I landed at Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Vietnam at 11: 35 P.M. on the Boeing 767-300 aircraft.

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