EasyJet plane crashes on a parked KLM jet at Schiphol
& # 39; Thank you EasyJet. Lost luggage on first flight, second flight crashed in plane & # 39 ;: EasyJet plane crashes in a parked KLM jet at Schiphol
- The Airbus A320 from EasyJet collided with a parked Boeing jet at Amsterdam airport
- Passengers said the Airbus wing was trapped in the tail of the Boeing
- The EasyJet flight to London and Boeing trip to Madrid were both delayed
An EasyJet plane to London collapsed this morning on another plane on the platform at Schiphol airport.
The Airbus A320 collided with a parked Boeing jet as it drove back from the terminal.
Passengers said the Airbus wing was stuck in the tail of the KLM plane, which was to fly to Madrid.
One customer revealed that it was the second setback on her EasyJet journey after the airline had already lost its luggage.
An EasyJet plane on its way to London (seen with its wing in the foreground) bumped into another plane (behind it) on the asphalt at Schiphol airport this morning
EasyJet is forced to find a replacement aircraft for passengers in London who have been delayed for more than four hours.
A passenger, Jye Sandiford, said: & # 39; Thanks EasyJet. Lost luggage first flight, second flight crashed in a parked KLM plane on Amsterdam's asphalt.
& # 39; Now miss meetings and stay on the plane for 90 minutes. & # 39;
Another passenger said: & # 39; My EasyJet flight from Amsterdam to London was literally supported IN ANOTHER aircraft.
& # 39; Our wing is housed in a KLM tail. We are stuck on the plane while they are investigating. & # 39;
Passengers expressed their frustration after their flight was delayed by the collision between two aircraft on the platform in the Netherlands
The EasyJet flight, EJU 8868, was to leave for London Gatwick just after 7 a.m. this morning.
However, the departure time has now been reduced to 11.30 a.m.
The KLM flight to Madrid left almost three hours late, although it was not clear whether the same aircraft was being used.
& # 39; EasyJet can confirm that two planes made contact during the return of the stand, including EasyJet flight EJU8868 from Amsterdam to London Gatwick & # 39 ;, a spokesperson said.
& # 39; Passenger and crew safety is our top priority and an investigation has been initiated according to the & # 39; procedure, she added.
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