Southwest Jet Damaged at Boston's Logan Airport

Monday, Jun 9, 2014  |  Updated 10:20 AM CDT
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Southwest Jet Damaged at Boston's Logan Airport

A Southwest Airlines jet was damaged at Boston's Logan Airport Monday morning when it came into contact with an aircraft at a neighboring gate.

Dallas-based Southwest said no one was injured when the winglet on Southwest Flight 4552 hit  the horizontal stabilizer of a JetBlue plane as it was being pushed back from the gate.

Aubin Dubois posted a photo of the damage on Instagram.

Southwest said it was working to get the 108 passengers on the flight to Kansas City on other flights to complete their journey. No passengers were on the JetBlue plane.

The Southwest jet will be out of service for repairs and inspections according to the airline.

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