No injuries or significant delays were reported
Two planes clipped wings at a New York City airport on Tuesday morning but damages appeared slight and no injuries were reported.
The Denver-bound Southwest Airlines flight, which had 143 passengers and five crew members aboard, damaged its left winglet when it made contact at LaGuardia Airport with an American Airlines flight just in from Dallas and carrying 149 passengers and six crew members, CBS reports. The latter aircraft sustained damage to its tail wing.
The incident did not cause significant delays, the Port Authority says, DNAinfo reports.