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Hong Kong - An Airbus A350 and a Boeing 777-300 from Cathay Pacific collided at Hong Kong Airport.

The left horizontal stabilizer of the Cathay Pacific Boeing 777-300ER registered B-KPD  clipped the Airbus A350's right-wing. The registration number of the Airbus A350 aircraft remains unknown.

The damage caused on both Cathay Pacific aircraft is visible in the images. The winglet on the right-wing of the Airbus A350 got damaged while the left horizontal stabilizer of the Boeing 777 was severely destroyed.

According to sources, the taxiway where the incident happened is currently used for the storage of grounded planes due to the pandemic. It is said the A350 was being towed when the incident happened.

Cathay Pacific did not comment on the issue yet. The incident is believed to happen on April 15 or April 16.

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