Another A350 and 777 Collision, but Cathay Pacific This Time

A few days after a British Airways Airbus A350 collided with an Emirates Boeing 777, a Cathay Pacific A350 collided with one of their own Boeing 777 at Hong Kong International Airport. Pictures on Twitter show damage on the left horizontal stabilizer of the 777 and the right winglet of the A350.

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While it is still uncertain when the incident happened, airport ground controller received a call at about 12:30pm local time concerning the collision incident at taxiway J, which is now presently used for aircraft storage while the CoviD-19 pandemic has caused the plummeting of travel demand resulting to the cancellation of 90% of Cathay Pacific's passenger flights.

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Just a few days ago, a British Airways A350-1000 collided with an Emirates Boeing 777-300ER at Dubai International Airport. Both aircraft sustained damage on their left horizontal stabilizers.

The cause of both collisions are still under investigation.

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