A Cathay Pacific Airbus A350 and a Boeing 777-300 of the same airline collided at Hong Kong Airport.

According to Travel Radar, the A350 -the registration is still unknown- was being towed to the Tarmac when it collided with the Boeing 777-300 (B-KPD).

In the next images it is possible to see the damage caused on both Cathay Pacific aircraft. The Airbus A350 suffered damage on the right-side winglet, meanwhile the Boeing 777 is damaged on the left horizontal stabiliser.

Boeing 777 Left Horizontal Stabilizer (By Travel Radar via Michael Cheng)

According to the same source, the airport Ground Controller received a call at 12:30 (local time) alerting them to the incident that occurred on Taxiway J. The taxiway in question is now being used for storage, due to the low demand caused by COVID-19.

It is still not certain when the incident occurred (today or yesterday).

It is the second time in a week that this type of incident has occurred.

On April 13th a British Airways A350 collided with an Emirates Boeing 777 in Dubai, UAE. All the details in the below article:

Feature Image by @JournoDannyAero