Delta Boeing 767-300 wing tip collides with an Atlantic Southeast Airlines CRJ900 on the taxiway at Boston

Delta Air Lines (Atlanta) and its Atlantic Southeast Airlines (ASA) (Delta Connection) (Atlanta) partner were involved in a ground collision on the taxiway (not the runway as some of the media reported) at Boston Logan International Airport last night (July 14). The wing of Delta’s Boeing 767-332 ER N185DN (msn 27961) collided with ASA’s Bombardier CRJ900 (CL-600-2D24) N132EV (msn 15219) while taxiing out for departure. The horizontal stabilizer of the CRJ900 was bent downwards. Passengers were evacuated safely.

The 767 was operating flight DL 266 from Boston to Amsterdam. The ASA CRJ900 was operating flight DL 4904 from Boston to Raleigh/Durham.

One passenger was complaining of neck injuries.

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