LYON, France—The ground collision between two Airbus A330s in October 2018 at Paris Charles-de-Gaulle (CDG) airport could have left one of them taking off with a damaged tail cone and horizontal stabilizer, if it were not for the vigilance of a towing vehicle driver, according to an investigation report by the French BEA. The accident took place as an Air France A330-200 was number two in a holding position for runway 08L. A Delta Air Lines A330-300 was taxiing on the taxiway behind. ...

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