Castle Donington - On April 30, the only Boeing 737-700 of the Irish low-cost Ryanair clipped its wing with the parked Jet2.com Boeing 737-800 while taxiing at East Midlands Airport, UK.
The Ryanair Boeing 737-700 registered EI-SEV was being used for crew training at the time of the incident. There were no passengers on board and no one was injured.
It is said the incident occurred due to the heavy fog at the airport.
It is not yet clear how big the damages on both aircraft. An internal investigation is being conducted by the airport officials.
Ryanair's only Boeing 737-700 is used for the crew training and VIP charter flights. The aircraft offers 60 luxury Business Class seats for its passengers.
Ryanair Boeing 737 EI-SEV