Collision of two Ryanair aircraft in Dublin: flight to Charleroi involved
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    Collision of two Ryanair aircraft in Dublin: flight to Charleroi involved

    On Tuesday morning, two planes collided on the tarmac of the Dublin airport.   When contacted by the news agency, Belga, the spokesperson for the Charleroi airport did indeed confirm that one of the planes was headed to Charleroi. No injuries were reported however the collision did cause a delay in the Dublin-Charleroi route. The accident involved two Boeing 737, one to Charleroi (BSCA) and the other to Edinburgh. The wing tip of the first plane hit the tail of the second stated a spokesperson for the discount airline. There were no victims.

    The plane ,which was originally scheduled to land at 9:00AM in Charleroi, was rescheduled for landing at 12:50, said the spokesperson of the Charleroi airport.

    Maria Nowak (Source: Belga)