Rough Luv: Two Southwest Birds Clip Wings in Detroit
Flights 3660 and 2005, departing for Denver with 85 passengers and St. Louis with 38 passengers, respectively, were taken back to their gates. Southwest is inspecting the damaged aircraft, and is accommodating passengers on other flights. There was no damage to airport property.
This incident comes one week to the day after an Air India Boeing 777 clipped the tail of a JetBlue Airbus A320 at New York’s John F. Kennedy International. No one was hurt in either of these incidents.