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Plane's wings collide at Logan airport

AERIALS: Southwest Airlines jet clips a JetBlue plane while leaving Boston's Logan International Airport

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    Tuesday, June 10, 2014, 8:13 AM - The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating a jet fender-bender at Boston's Logan International Airport.

    The wing of a Southwest Airlines plane -- bound for Kansas City -- hit an empty Jetblue plane while backing out of the gate Monday morning.

    Passengers reported feeling a "bump" and "vibration."

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    No one was injured and airport operations were not affected.

    The 108 passengers were booked on other flights.

    Southwest says the plane has been sidelined for inspections and repairs.

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