Taxiing plane clips another plane at JFK Airport

QUEENS - (AP) - An Air France Airbus A-380's wing clipped thetail of another jet while it was taxiing out to depart New York'sJohn F. Kennedy International Airport. Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Jim Peters says therewere no injuries in the mishap which happened just after 8 p.m.Monday. Peters says Air France Flight 7 bound for Paris was taxiing onrunway A when its left wingtip struck the tail of Comair Flight629CRJ7, which had just landed from Boston and was taxiing to thegate. He says both jets will be towed back to the ramp area forinspection. The extent of the damage was not immediately known. The Airbus A-380 is the biggest commercial passenger jet in theworld. Comair operates regional flights for Delta.

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