March 31, 2023

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Two United planes flew into Boston’s Logan Airport

Boeing 737 of United Airlines
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The atmosphere has been less friendly in recent years. next to the passengers Still causing havoc In aircraft cabins and downgraded tanker scheduling systems, near misses and Airport runway accidents Speak more and more. The most recent accident occurred on the runway at Boston Logan International Airport yesterday morning and involved two United Airlines planes.

two United Airlines The Boeing 737 was scheduled to leave Boston around the same time. United Flight 515 was bound for Newark, and Flight 267 was bound for Denver. CNN reported that Flight 515 was pushed back out of the gate at 8:30 am until the Boeing’s right wing struck the tail of Flight 267. The damaged aircraft was unable to continue and return to its gates. Passengers on both flights were rescheduled to their afternoon departures.

No one was hurt during the mild collision, but the occupants of the two planes certainly felt the contact. Nicholas Lyon, passenger on Flight 515, he told CNN, “I felt a sudden tremor and looked to my right to see that the plane had collided with the motionless plane. After seeing the fire engines and police cars, people shook a little. Fortunately, everyone managed to get out quickly.” This was the second time a United Airlines flight was involved in an accident at Logan Airport last week.

Last week on Monday, JetBlue Flight 206 was ready to land at Logan Airport when it was a private jet learjet 60 took off on an intersecting runway with no clearance. according to Federal Aviation AdministrationJetBlue Embraer 190 took evasive action to avoid collision as the private jet crossed its path. The two planes were 565 feet apart.

The FAA is investigating both the United Airlines runway contact and JetBlue’s near miss with a Learjet. The inquiries come in addition to four runway near misses in the United States so far this year.

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