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Planes Collide On Tarmac at Miami International Airport



plames collide on tarmac Miami International Airport

This week at Miami International Airport, two planes collided on the tarmac on Thursday night. Nobody was injured.

The video shows two planes parked next to each other, with the Frontier plane with damage to its tail fin. Officials stated that the Frontier plane was struck by the wing of the incoming flight while attempting to park.

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Both airlines involved stated that the wingtip of American Airlines Flight 929, which was heading from Miami to Sao Paulo, Brazil, made contact with the tail of the parked Frontier aircraft.

Passengers of the Frontier flight were upset following the accident, expressing their displeasure with the incident.

“There’s like a few hundred of us in the terminal all very, very angry,” Christian Galvez said.  “They told us that an American Airlines plane had clipped the back wing.” 

“If they decide to not refund all of our money, that’s like $500 lost,” he said. “We already spent money on tickets to go to the aquarium, to go to a bunch of other places in Texas that we are probably not going to get that money back either.”

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American Airlines released the following statement.

“During pushback from the gate in Miami (MIA), the wing tip of American Airlines flight 929 with service from MIA to São Paulo (GRU) made contact with the tail of a parked aircraft. Customers deplaned normally and the aircraft was taken out of service to be inspected by our maintenance team. We apologize to our customers for the inconvenience this caused.”

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Frontier Airlines released the following statement.

“Yesterday evening as a Frontier Airlines aircraft was parked at the gate at Miami International Airport, preparing to board passengers for a flight to Dallas-Fort Worth, an American Airlines aircraft pushing back from its gate came in contact with the Frontier aircraft. Only crew members were on board the Frontier aircraft at the time and no injuries have been reported. Frontier is currently assessing damage and re-accommodating customers.”

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