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The pilots of a Singapore Airlines passenger plane were left embarrassed after they hit an air bridge at Sydney Airport on Monday morning.

According to News.com.au, the A380 had just landed and was parking at the gates when one of its engines struck the bridge.

A Sydney Airport spokesman told News.com.au, "there are no operational impacts and the damage is being assessed."

An airline spokesperson said: "Singapore Airlines flight SQ231, an Airbus A380 operating from Singapore to Sydney on 26 May, made contact with one of the gate's aerobridges while taxiing at Sydney Airport. There were no injuries to the 285 passengers and 25 crew onboard."

 

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There were no injuries to the 285 passengers and 25 crew onboard."

 

Só de curiosidade: que LF mais baixo hein??? Dependendo da configuração do A380, não tá nem com 65% de load....

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Vendo no site da SQ esse vôo opera diário com 77W, e só as quintas é com A380. Vai ver é por isso que estava com 60,5% de LF está tapando buraco.....

 

SIN-SYD - 4 vôos diários (772,773, 77W e A380)

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