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UL Airbus with gash along belly in Zurich ?

Old 11th Jan 2008, 03:39
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UL Airbus damaged with gash along belly in Frankfurt ?

Heard on the rumour mill, about a UL Airbus A340-300, with a big gash along the belly, in Frankfurt.

Anybody have any update ? or amount of damage ? Or pics ?

Understand the Tug pulled the aircraft while it was still docked. And how could that happen ?



(PS-> My first posting. Apologies if it is is not appropriate)

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apparently on push back from stand stand B46 the acft collided with one of the fingers.
acft might be out of service for one week.
thats all the info for the moment.

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So not Zurich then .....

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