A ground collision occurred between an ex-Flybe aircraft and a Loganair Embraer jet at Aberdeen Airport (ABZ) in Scotland.
The accident happened on the evening of June 16th as the ex-Flybe aircraft was being prepared for departure. There were no injuries sustained by passengers and crew.
Aberdeen International Airport Fire and Rescue vehicles were at the scene and emergency service workers could be seen cordoning off the area.
A spokesman for the safety body said: “Following an incident at Aberdeen Airport this afternoon, the AAIB is making initial inquiries and investigations that led to the incident.
“Both aircraft will need to be inspected before returning to passenger service. Some maintenance will likely be required to ensure the aircraft are safe for passenger operations. Thankfully there were no injuries, and a full investigation will reveal further details about what went wrong and how such an incident can be avoided in the future.
and at this stage there is no further comment.”
Culled from simpleflying.com