2 planes damaged in accident at Logan Airport

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June 9, 2014, 8:45 am
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Photo courtesy of Aubin Dubois

Two airplanes sustained some damage after a Southwest aircraft backed in to a JetBlue aircraft at Boston’s Logan Airport.

According to Southwest Airlines, Southwest Flight 4552 from Boston Logan to Kansas City was being pushed back from the gate and came in contact when the wingtip struck the horizontal stabilizer of an empty parked JetBlue plane Monday morning.

Employees are working to get the 108 customers on the flight to Kansas City booked on other flights.

According to MassPort, there were no injuries and no impacts to airport operations.

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