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Scoot, Emirates planes damaged after Changi Airport collision

Scoot, Emirates planes damaged after Changi Airport collision

Singapore (dpa) – A plane preparing for take-off from Singapore’s Changi Airport had its left wing ruptured early Thursday after it accidentally struck another aeroplane, according to an airline spokesman.
No injuries were reported, though the damaged aeroplane, from Singapore’s Scoot airline, had to be taken for repairs and the passengers, heading to Tianjin, China, put on a later flight.
The other plane, an Emirates flight bound for Dubai, was “slightly damaged” according to that airline, also resulting in its passengers being forced to get off the plane and take a different flight.
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