A Delta Air Lines Boeing 767 hit an Atlantic Southeast Airlines Bombardier CRJ900 Thursday night on a Boston Logan taxiway, causing damage in the smaller aircraft's tail area, according to US FAA and multiple news reports from the scene. The high-profile incursion involved a moving DL aircraft bound for Amsterdam and an idle ASA CRJ900 preparing for takeoff to Raleigh. The 767 with 215 passengers and crew returned to the terminal while the 77 passengers and crew from the CRJ900, ...

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