BOSTON (AP) — The Massachusetts Port Authority says a plane heading to Portland, Oregon, struck a parked truck on the taxiway at Boston's Logan International Airport.
No one was inside the de-icing truck at the time Monday and no one was injured. The Boston Globe reports Alaska Airlines said the 166 passengers aboard the airplane were returned to the boarding gate and were placed on other flights.
The plane sustained minor damage to its left wing and was taken out of service for inspection.
Alaska Airlines says it is investigating the cause.