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May 12, 2011

Delta Jets Trade Paint in Atlanta Wing Clip Incident

The wing of a Delta Air Lines Boeing 737 clipped the tail of another Delta 737 at Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport Thursday night. No one was injured.

Delta terminal at LaGuardia Airport

Delta terminal at LaGuardia Airport. (Photo by Matt Molnar)

According to 11alive.com, Delta Flight 552 had just arrived from Tegucigalpa, Honduras carrying 50 passengers and a crew of five, when one of its wings hit the tail of Flight 566, a 737-800, which was waiting for a gate after arriving from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

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