Asiana aircraft hits, 'slices off' stabiliser of Turkish Airlines plane in Istanbul

Asian Turkish collision

The remains of the A321's vertical stabilizer. Image

A dramatic video captures the passenger jets colliding at Turkey's Istanbul Ataturk Airport - visited by thousands of British holidaymakers every year.

The enterprise improvement supervisor informed the Mail on-line: "We hadn't even been stationary for a minute and the engines have been nonetheless going when there was this enormous noise. For a moment I really thought "this is it, this is the end of my life".

She revealed emergency crews have been quickly on the scene of the crash and though her flight was full no person on board was injured. Its wing accidentally hit the tail of Turkish plane which was parked.

The Airbus A330 of airline of South Korea's Asiana touched the wing of the A321 aircraft belonging to Turkish Airlines.

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Asiana Airlines - one of South Korea's two major airlines - substituted the damaged plane with another which is scheduled to leave Istanbul on Monday.

An investigation will now be launched into the precise circumstances of the crash. Tours depart daily from the Hotel Desk at Istanbul Atatürk Airport, with a daily schedule taking place 8:30 to 11:00, from 09:00 to 15:00, from 09:00 to 18:00, from 12:00 to 18:00 and from 16:00 to 21:00.

Two airliners at an global airport in Istanbul, Turkey, collided on the ground, breaking off the tail of one of the planes.

As of yet, there has been no injuries reported.

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