Two United Airlines planes make contact at Boston’s Logan Airport, prompting FAA investigation

Posted on AllSides March 7th, 2023
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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) tells FOX Business that it launched an investigation Monday after two United Airlines planes made contact at Boston Logan International Airport.

The incident at Logan happened about a week after a "close call" between a JetBlue flight and a Learjet there, which has prompted a separate FAA probe.

"As a tow tug was pushing it back from the gate at Boston Logan International Airport, the right wing of United Airlines Flight 515 struck the tail of United Airlines Flight 267 around 8:30 a.m. local time this morning," the FAA said...

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