Ireland-based low-cost carrier Ryanair is seeking an explanation from an Italian ground handling company as to why one of its aircraft was left without chocks at Rome Ciampino Airport and rolled into a building, damaging its port stabilizer. The Boeing 737-800, EI-DLI, was standing empty when the incident occurred last Wednesday—a day that ground handlers at Ciampino staged a strike. Ryanair said Monday that one of their aircraft had been left unchocked. It rolled backwards until it ...

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