An airport in Houston briefly grounded all flights on Tuesday after two non-public jets collided on its tarmac, officers mentioned.
The incident occurred round 3:30 p.m. CT when a twin-engine jet departed “with out permission” from the William P. Passion Airport runway and collided with one other twin-engine jet that was touchdown on the runway, in response to the Federal Aviation Administration.
No accidents had been reported within the collision and it’s unclear how many individuals had been on board both plane, the FAA mentioned.
The departing airplane was recognized as a Hawker H25B, a company plane mannequin, whereas the coming flight was a Cessna C510 enterprise class jet, in response to the FAA.
The 2 non-public jets “clipped their wings as they had been shifting on the airfield,” Passion Airport mentioned in a publish on X.
The airport remained below a floor cease whereas crews labored to take away the particles, the publish mentioned. The airport introduced the particles had been cleared simply after 7 p.m. and flight operations had been restored.
Passion Airport is positioned 7 miles from downtown Houston.
The incident stays below investigation by the FAA and the Nationwide Transportation Security Board.
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