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2 Southwest planes out of service after Nashville collision

bizjournals Sunday, 21 July 2019
Two Southwest Airlines aircraft are out of service after the pair collided with one another Saturday night on the Nashville International Airport tarmac. No injuries were reported. One flight bound for Atlanta and one for St. Louis were backing up Saturday night when the two collided, a Southwest Airlines Co. (NYSE: LUV) spokesperson told CNN. The planes were able to return to gates at the airport on their own. The collision appeared to knock the 'S' off the winglet of one aircraft, according to…
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News video: Oops! Two Southwest Planes Back Into Each Other In Nashville

Oops! Two Southwest Planes Back Into Each Other In Nashville 00:38

Two planes are out of service after a collision knocked the "S" out of Southwest on one of the aircraft. On Saturday, two Southwest planes were pushing back from the gate at Nashville International Airport. According to CNN, one was headed to St. Louis and the other to Atlanta. They backed into each...

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