A taxiing Korean Air Airbus A330 hit a parked Bangkok Airways ATR 72-600 at Yangon International Airport, Myanmar, at the weekend, significantly damaging the parked aircraft’s rudder and trim tabs. The pilot and crew of the KAL A330 were apparently not aware of the collision and took off as scheduled late that night. The damage to the wingtip of the A330, flight KAL 472, was not revealed but the aircraft, which was carrying 134 passengers and 11 crew and bound for Incheon, Korea, ...

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