TOKYO, JAPAN — Ground Collision of Thai Airways and Eva Airways planes delays flights at Haneda International Airport.

Several flights at Tokyo's Haneda Airport faced delays on Saturday due to a reported ground collision between two aircraft near a taxiway, according to Japan's transport ministry and public broadcaster NHK.

Thankfully, no injuries were reported by NHK or the airlines involved. However, the incident caused the closure of one of the airport's four runways from around 11 a.m. local time (0200 GMT).

NHK aired footage showing jets from Eva Airways of Taiwan and Thai Airways stationed on the ground. Damage was visible on part of the Thai Airways plane's wing, with debris seemingly scattered near the runway.

According to Thai Airways, the incident occurred while its Bangkok-bound flight was on a taxiway preparing for takeoff. The winglet, the end part of the plane's right wing, hit the rear of an Eva aircraft, also positioned on a taxiway.

The collision resulted in damage to the winglet of the Thai aircraft, rendering it unable to operate the scheduled flight. The Airbus A330 aircraft was carrying 250 passengers and 14 crew members at the time.

Eva Airways was not immediately available for comment. Similarly, Japan's transport ministry did not respond promptly to requests for comment. Thai Airways confirmed that the incident is under investigation by Japan's civil aviation authority.