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Minor Collision Of A-340 Vs MD-80 In Caracas  
User currently offlineogshelly From United States of America, joined Feb 2005, 26 posts, RR: 0
Posted (3 years 7 months 2 weeks 5 days 8 hours ago) and read 3443 times:

This URL shows a couple of pics of Conviasa's A-340 winglet that collided the tail of one of Aserca's MD-80:


Here the translation:
(Caracas, October 12 - Noticias24.) - On the afternoon of Friday, many users of the social network Twitter concurred, stating that there had been little impact accident between two planes in the Simon Bolivar base.

It would - as reported - a unit of the state airline Conviasa and other Santa Barbara Airlines. The collision was between two rear parts when the aircraft Conviasa was moving

The newspaper Panorama outlines: "Light collision between Conviasa A340 and MD80 SBA at 3:40 pm in Caracas', reported through our social networks by one follower Guillermo Mole

Until 5:00 in the afternoon of Friday, no authority had confirmed the information. However, a couple of pictures jumped to the network to show the units involved in the crash that all point out it was a minor incident and that the damage would have been assessed immediately.

End of translation.

Been in Maiquetia many times, a good airport for spotting.

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