No one hurt when two United flights — one bound for Denver — touch at Boston airport1 min read
Two flights scheduled to depart from Boston Logan International Airport on Monday morning made contact with each other near the gate area, federal aviation and airport officials said.
United Airlines Flight 515 was being pushed back from the gate by a tow tug when its right wing struck the tail of United Airlines Flight 267 parked at a neighboring gate around 8:30 a.m., according to preliminary information released by the Federal Aviation Administration.
Both jets were Boeing 737s.
No injuries were reported.
Flight 515 was heading to Newark, and Flight 267 was scheduled to fly to Denver, airport officials said.
Both jets were taken out of service, United said in an emailed statement.
“Customers on both aircraft deplaned normally and we’ve made…
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