MEA Airbus A330 and Turkish Boeing 777 collided in Nigeria
An incident was recorded on July 29, 2020, when a Middle East Airlines (MEA) Airbus A330-200 (registered OD-MEA) collided with a parked Turkish Airlines Boeing 777-300ER (registered TC-LJC) during taxiing at Lagos Airport (LOS), Nigeria.
Both MEA’s right winglet and Turkish Airlines Boeing 777 aft fuselage suffered damage while the A330-200 was being moved backwards by the airport’s ground staff. No injuries were reported.
MEA and Turkish airlines planes crashed in Lagos, Nigeria pic.twitter.com/hSsVtLLzhr— INTELSky (@Intel_Sky) July 29, 2020
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