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Fly Jamaica plane damaged by Caribbean Airlines plane at airport

Published:Tuesday | November 29, 2016 | 11:16 PM
The cone of this Fly Jamaica plane was left on the ground this morning after the wing of a Caribbean Airlines plane clipped it in Guyana.

The Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority has confirmed that a Caribbean Airlines aircraft collided with a Fly Jamaica airplane in Guyana this morning.

The director general of authority Nari Williams Singh says the collision happened when the Caribbean Airlines jet was preparing for takeoff.

 

JCAA Director General, Nari Williams-Singh

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Pictures show that a section of the rear of the Fly Jamaica aircraft damage as well as the wing of the Caribbean Airlines flight

However, Williams-Singh says there were no immediate reports of injuries resulting from the crash.

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