A Ural Airlines Airbus A321 and Pegas Fly Boeing 767-300 were involved in a ground contact incident at Zhukovsky International Airport near Moscow on Oct. 7, Moscow Interregional Transport Prosecution Service said in a statement Oct. 8. The collision happened as the two aircraft were taxiing after landing. Pegas Fly’s 266 passengers and 14 crew were not injured. The Ural Airlines A321 suffered damages, the prosecution service added. Authorities have begun an investigation. Pegas ...

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