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Air India plane hits building at Stockholm airport

AFP
29/11/2018 | 151 words
An Air India plane carrying 179 passengers struck a building at Stockholm's Arlanda airport with its wingtip as it taxied to gate on Wednesday, but no injuries were reported, police said."The 179 passengers could disembark from the plane on a mobile staircase and thereafter enter the terminal," police wrote in a statement.The cause of the accident was not immediately known, police said. It occurred at 5:45 pm (1645 GMT), about 50 meters (yards) from Terminal 5, the main terminal for international flights.Pictures from the scene showed the Boeing aircraft (...)
 
 
 
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