2 JetBlue Planes Collide on Tarmac at Boston's Logan Airport

According to JetBlue, no injuries were reported by customers or crewmembers on either aircraft

Two JetBlue planes made contact on the tarmac at Boston Logan International Airport Thursday morning.

A representative for the airline confirmed the incident in a statement to PEOPLE.

“A JetBlue aircraft entering a de-icing pad lane at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) came into contact with another JetBlue aircraft on an adjacent de-icing pad lane, causing damage to one aircraft’s winglet and the other aircraft’s tail section,” the statement read.

According to JetBlue, no injuries were reported by customers or crewmembers on either aircraft.

The representative added that both of the planes will be taken out of service for repairs, and each of the two JetBlue flights impacted — Flight 777 to Las Vegas and Flight 551 to Orlando — will operate on other aircraft.

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“Safety is JetBlue’s priority, and we will work to determine how and why this incident occurred,” the statement concluded.

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The Federal Aviation Administration also confirmed the collision in a statement on its website, sharing additional details on the incident.

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“The left winglet of JetBlue Flight 777 struck the right horizontal stabilizer of JetBlue Flight 551 on the deicing pad at Boston Logan International Airport around 6:40 a.m. local time on Thursday, Feb. 8,” the FAA’s statement read. “The event happened in an area of the tarmac that the airline controls. The FAA will investigate.”

The FAA also noted that Flight 777 was an Airbus A320Neo and Flight 551 was an Airbus A320.

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