Additional details are not yet available, but no injuries have been reported.
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A minor collision has occurred on the ground at London Heathrow Airport between an Iceland Air and Korean Air aircraft. Emergency services responded to the incident, and no injuries were reported.
Ground collision at LHR
A journalist inside one of the aircraft, Dan Sabbagh, tweeted a photo from the plane, stating that it was “surrounded by about ten police card and a couple of fire engines.”
Speaking to skynews, a Heathrow spokesperson said: “Emergency services are attending an incident involving two aircraft on the airfield. No injuries have been reported, but emergency services are attending to ensure all passengers and crew are safe and well.”
The Iceland Air aircraft involved in the incident is a 22 year-old Boeing 757-200 registered as TF-FIK and had just flown from Reykjavik (KEF) to London (LHR).
The 757 was operating flight FI454 which departed KEF at 16:10 local time and landed in London at 18:43.