Southwest Airlines says no one was hurt when two of its planes clipped one another near a gate at Oakland International Airport Sunday night.
“The wing on Southwest Airlines aircraft operating flight number 280 came into contact with the wing of another Southwest aircraft, while pushing back from the gate at Oakland Airport. No customer or employee injuries were reported on either aircraft,” the airline said in a statement late Sunday.
Both aircraft have been taken out of service and will undergo maintenance evaluations.
“Safety is always our number one focus and we are conducting an internal review to identify details surrounding today’s event,” Southwest said Sunday.
The airline is working to accommodate all affected customers.