A Korean Air plane collided lightly with an Air
Namibia aircraft after landing at Frankfurt Airport, South Korean
news agency Yonhap cited the Asian carrier as saying on Sunday.
The horizontal stabilizer on the Korean Air's Boeing 777 aircraft and the wingtip of the Air Namibia plane were damaged in the collision on Saturday at 6:20 pm (1720 GMT), Yonhap reported.
The agency cited the South Korean carrier as saying that no one was injured as the Air Namibia plane was "moving at low speed on the ground." The airport operator Fraport confirmed the accident early Sunday morning.
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