Video has emerged showing the moment an Air Canada plane hits another aircraft on the tarmac in Toronto.
The wing of the Boeing 777 is seen in the video clipping the tail of an Airbus A321 that was parked on the tarmac.
Both aircraft were empty at the time and there were no injuries, an Air Canada spokesperson said Tuesday.
Air Canada said the Boeing 777 has since returned to service but the A321 is still being repaired.
The investigation into the crash is ongoing.
Update INCIDENT Air Canada Boeing 777-300 that struck the tail of an Airbus A321 now parked outside the hangar in Toronto. Wingtip has been repaired. It’s now back in service however it was scheduled for a C Check prior to collision. Possibly ferry to Singapore for that check. pic.twitter.com/kBnvDh12Ti— Tom Podolec Aviation (@TomPodolec) December 31, 2019
Xii, essa não é bem a virada de ano que se espera. pic.twitter.com/hkxKUYDyBc— Aviões e Músicas (@avioesemusicas) December 30, 2019
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