On 14 April, a British Airways A350-1000 (G-XWBA) operated flight BA106 between Dubai Airport, United Arab Emirates and London Heathrow, United Kingdom. The aircraft, however, was being pushed back when its stabiliser hit the stabiliser of a parked Emirates Boeing 777 (A6-EBR). British Airways was forced to cancel the flight back to Heathrow.
British Airways A350K (G-XWBA) and Emirates B773 (A6-EBR) both got stabilizer damage in a ground collision while A350 was pushed-back at Dubai-Intl AP (OMDB). The return flight #BA106 to London was canceled. @airline_kitty https://t.co/W1N9UWHbNp pic.twitter.com/9alSzUP4cB
— JACDEC (@JacdecNew) April 14, 2020
Hi Tom. It’s not mine, info from Nigels/Nigellas – I’m only Hermes/Mercury in this scenario. Credit as appropriate please.
— Airline Kitty (@airline_kitty) April 14, 2020
Picture ® Nigel/Nigellas