On 15 November, during a towing procedure, two KLM Royal Dutch Airlines aircraft collided into each other at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, The Netherlands.
The accident occurred at KLM’s maintenance site, explained a spokesman to Aviation24.be. Some pictures appeared on social media, indicating damage to the nose of the Boeing 747 (registered PH-BFV). The damage to the left wing of the Airbus A330 (registered PH-AOM) is currently unknown.
Both aircraft are currently grounded for a long term. The spokesman added that KLM is investigating the mishap.
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