Officials from Ireland’s Air Accident Investigation Unit (AAIU) are studying the circumstances that led to two taxiing Ryanair aircraft colliding at Dublin International Airport on April 1. The two Boeing 737-800s were slightly damaged, with one losing a section of winglet after it came into contact with the other’s tailfin. Nobody was injured in the incident. The two aircraft were about to depart for Edinburgh in the UK and Zadar in Croatia. An AAIU spokesman confirmed that ...

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