Two jumbo jets on a taxiway leading to the active runway for takeoff clipped wings at London Heathrow Airport on Oct. 15 at 10:10 p.m. local time, and a British Airways 747 lost the top piece of its winglet. A Sri Lankan Airline A340 with 286 people aboard clipped the wing of the BA 747 with 328 people on board as the A340 passed the 747 on its way to Runway 27R, a spokeswoman for BAA said. BAA owns and operates the airport. There were no injuries and no fire, and both planes returned ...
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