A dramatic plane collision at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport became virulent in the air force circles after being captured with the camera.
In the video, the tail of a stationary Turkish Airbus A321 seems to arrive After being cut off from a wing of a rolling Airbus A330 with widebody aircraft on Sunday, it was sheared off.
Seoul-based Asiana officials report The Korea Times damaged the wing of the Asiana A330.
The newspaper reports:
"According to the airline and international media, the Asiana Airbus A330 rolled towards Incheon on the runway of Istanbul's Ataturk Airport before its starboard touch touched the turbo's A321stabilizer Turkish jet and forced the fire teams to rush to the scene. "
The video of the incident was apparently first published by a user under the name" tunderboy "on YouTube viewed more than 278,000 times starting at 19:00 ET on Monday. In addition, a Turkish-language aviation issue has also posted several photos that showed damage to the Turkish aircraft after the incident.
Turkish Airlines confirmed the incident in a statement to FlightGlobal.com adding that no one was injured.
FlightGlobal names the images of the collision that was published on social media Asiana A330s registration number as HL7792 and the number of the Turkish jet as TC-JMM.
Aircraft collisions at busy airports are not uncommon, but rarely lead to such dramatic incidents as in Istanbul.
Perhaps one of the most memorable recent incidents of this type in 2011 was when an Air France A380 super jumbo jet trimmed the tail of a smaller regional jet of Bombardier CRJ-700 operated by Delta Connection. The collision violently turned the CRJ though nobody was injured. (Video via YouTube).
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