Planes Damaged in Collision at MSP
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — No one was hurt when one commercial airliner bumped into another on the tarmac at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
Airport spokesman Patrick Hogan says a Spirit Airlines plane was being backed away from the Concourse E gate and ran into a parked United Airlines jetliner around 7 a.m. Sunday.
Hogan tells the Star Tribune both planes were damaged but no injuries were reported.
He says the United plane had no crew, airport employees or passengers on board.