Plane passengers on two aircraft in the USA recently got shock after their planes collided at Detroit Metro Airport early on Wednesday morning.
The American Airlines plane hit a Southwest plane while taxiing on the runway.
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It's safe to say that the passengers on board weren't happy with the incident. Shawn D Spencer posted a photo on Twitter of the damaged plane wing with the caption: "Our plane just clipped another plane getting ready to taxi. Pilot error and a need for more sleep for the pilot, duh!"
Our plane just clipped another plane getting ready to taxi. Pilot error and a need for more sleep for the pilot,Duh! pic.twitter.com/KnAgAeCuyI— Shawn D Spencer (@ShawnAsksWhatIf) February 17, 2016
While Carlos Salinas also posted a picture of the incident saying: "AA plane hits Southwest plane in taxi way, you would think they have all the room in the world!"
According to the Detroit News the collision took place on a de-icing area and both of the planes were due to fly to Dallas.
Ross Feinstein, an American Airlines spokesman, told The News: "We apologise to our customers for the inconvenience, and are re-accomodating them on other flights. There are no reported industries."
The airline also said that the plane will be put through a maintenance check and inspection by the National Transportation Safety Board before they are returned to service.