Want China Times
A plane operated by South Korean budget carrier T’way Air grazed a business
jet parked at Taipei Songshan Airport on Wednesday. Nobody was hurt in the accident.
The T’way Air plane, which arrived from Gimpo International Airport outside Seoul at around 12:40 pm, failed to taxi along the middle line of the runway, causing it to take a bad line when turning onto the airport’s apron, airport officials said.
The poor positioning resulted in the T’way jet’s left winglet grazing a static discharger on the tail of a plane operated by Executive Aviation Taiwan Corp, a local corporate jet operator, aircraft charter, and management company that was parked on the apron. [FULL STORY]