A Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700 pushing back from the gate struck a parked JetBlue Airways Airbus A320 Tuesday morning at Boston Logan International Airport. The Southwest aircraft, bound for Kansas City, Missouri, had 108 passengers aboard. Southwest said there were no injuries and no disruption to airport operations. The JetBlue aircraft was empty. As it was pushing back from the gate, the Southwest 737’s winglet hit the horizontal stabilizer of the JetBlue A320, according to ...

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