On 18 December, an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 787-9 (ET-AUP) bound for Addis Ababa via Stockholm, hit a light tower with the right hand wing at the de-icing area of Oslo Gardermoen Airport in Norway. No injuries have been reported, but the airline was forced to cancel flight ET715.
Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 787-900 (ET-AUP) taxiing out for departure on flight ET715 to Addis Abeba via Stockholm was damaged when its right wing collided with a lamppost whilst moving on the de-icing pad at Oslo-Gardermoen Intl Airport (ENGM), Norway. https://t.co/h37oKrYiTv pic.twitter.com/sA59vQygFs
— JACDEC (@JacdecNew) December 18, 2018
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