China Airlines Boeing 747F hits baggage pallets, suffers engine damage
A China Airlines Cargo Boeing 747-400F has collided with baggage pallets and containers while taxiing to its parking stand at Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD), the United States.
The China Airlines’ Boeing 747-400F, registered as B-18715, sustained engine damage. No injuries among the crew and passengers were reported.
CCTV video shows the taxiing China Airlines Cargo Boeing 747-400F (B-18715) ploughing through parked cargo pallets and containers while proceeding to its parking stand. Significant damage occurred to the engine casing. @aviationbrk pic.twitter.com/NjfF8wQk6R— JACDEC (@JacdecNew) January 29, 2022
The incident occurred after the China Airlines Boeing 747-400F performed cargo flight CI5240 from Anchorage Ted Stevens International Airport (ANC) back to ORD airport on January 28, 2022.
Boeing 747 China Airlines Cargo B-18715 struck a baggage carts while taxiing— FSX Aviation (@FSXAviation3) January 29, 2022
flight CI5240 Anchorage Alaska to Chicago O'Hare International Airport pic.twitter.com/XeJOKTCt1t
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