A British Airways Boeing 747-400 was damaged when it struck a building during taxiing at Johannesburg’s Tambo Airport late Dec. 22. BBC photographs show the aircraft wedged in a narrow taxi-way with the right wing damaged where it hit the airport building. The aircraft was preparing for departure; no one onboard was hurt but reports said four people in the building were slightly injured. The flight was cancelled and passengers were put in hotels while alternative travel was ...

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