A rather unusual incident occurred at Alicante Airport in Spain when Fr. Renault Clio crashed on a Ryanair Boeing 737. Fortunately, no one was injured.
As noted on Twitter by the pilot instructor and investigator of the airline Ivan Castro Palaciasthe incident occurred on April 12. Judging by the type of suspension, it seems that the white Clio got stuck under the plane after hitting the underside fuselage with its roof.
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# Incident at the Airport de # Alicante donde ha ha visto involucrado un # Boeing737 de #Ryanair. 12-04-22 pic.twitter.com/KC3MrRlYKl
– Ivan Castro Palacias (@ ivancp25) April 12, 2022
The car belongs to the Land Forces and according to AirLive the driver forgot to apply the handbrake while parking. As a result, a Renault car without a driver rolled towards a parked plane with an unpleasant outcome. In addition, there were no passengers in the cabin at the time of the collision.
While cosmetic damage on the underside the plane seems insignificant, it was reportedly taken to a maintenance point for a detailed inspection. Once the experts made sure everything was in order, Ryanair Boeing 737-800 flew from Alicante, Spain, to Manchester, UK, with a 90-minute delay.
Main screenshot Ivan Castro Palacias / Twitter
Renault Clio crashed under a Boeing 737 at Spain airport
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