Published: Tue, May 15, 2018
Money | By Armando Alvarado

Asiana A330 slices vertical fin off Turkish A321

Asiana A330 slices vertical fin off Turkish A321

The collision caused a fire on the Turkish twin-engine jet.

Tourist Kaarina Barron, 55, from Woodley, Berkshire, and friend Clare Chambers were seated near the back of the plane after a holiday in northern Cyprus.

"It appeared like a bomb going off and the entire airplane appeared to tilt over".

The air carrier said none of the people on board were hurt, and the crash was not severe.

Video footage exhibits a Turkish Airways flight parked at its gate when it's hit by one other passenger airplane.

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An Asiana plane bound for Incheon hit a stationary Turkish Airlines aircraft in Istanbul on Sunday (May 13), Korean media have reported.

No passengers are believed to have been injured in the crash but both planes were left requiring extensive repairs.

The Asiana A330 was due to depart for South Korea, but the flight was cancelled. An investigation has been launched to determine who was at fault.

A dramatic collision took place at Istanbul-Ataturk International Airport, as a South Korean Asiana passenger plane sliced into the tail of a Turkish Airlines plane while taxiing on the runaway.

The incident is now being investigated by Turkish and South Korean authorities to determine its cause.

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