2 planes on ground clip wings at Phoenix airport


According to Southwest Airlines, the Frontier plane was pushing back when it made contact with Southwest Flight 4182 as it was taxiing.

Frontier Airlines said an Airbus A320 was cleared to push back from the gate in Phoenix.

Two airliners clipped wings at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Thursday night, reports CBS Phoenix affiliate KPHO-TV. There were no Customer or Employee injuries.

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"We're excited to finally be able to say that you can connect to the world, direct from IFP", said Mohave County Airport Authority President John Hastings.

The Frontier flight was leaving for Denver while the Southwest flight was arriving from Oklahoma City. "Our aircraft is now out of service for repairs and the Customers who are traveling to Denver will be accommodated on another aircraft, arriving approximately 50 minutes late".

There were 163 passengers and a crew of six on board the jet.

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Passengers on both planes were put on different flights after the aircrafts were put out of service for repairs.

The NTSB and the FAA are investigating the incident.

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