Bangladesh

Two planes collided again at Dhaka airport

5 July 2022 , 5:42:28

Two planes collided again at Dhaka airport

At Dhaka’s Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport, a Biman Bangladesh Airlines plane collided with the wing of another aircraft. Both planes were damaged. The incident took place in the hangar area of ​​the airport at 9.20 pm on Sunday. The Boeing-8 and Boeing-737 wings of the aircraft were damaged.

Airport authorities said one of the two planes was already parked. The other passenger was coming down to the parking lot. That’s when the conflict happened. Bihera Bangladesh Airlines General Manager (GM-PR) Tahera Khandaker said a Boeing 8 model aircraft arrived in Dhaka from Singapore at 6.10 pm.

As there were no more flights on the aircraft, it was taken to the hangar. The left wing of the Boeing 737 collided with the right wing of the Boeing 737 at 9:20 p.m. The engineering department is working to find out the amount of damage.

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