Two Delta Air Lines planes clip wings at Boston Logan International Airport

Sara M Moniuszko

Two Delta Air Lines planes touched wings at Boston Logan International Airport as a flight was arriving to its gate Friday night.

Delta spokesperson Susannah Thurston confirmed the news in a statement to USA TODAY Saturday.

“As Delta flight 2488 from San Francisco to Boston was taxing to the gate upon arrival, the aircraft’s wing made contact with the wing of another Delta aircraft, which was parked at an adjacent gate and scheduled to operate on flight 154 from Boston to Dublin," the statement read.

Customers from both flights were able to deplane normally, and the airline's maintenance teams are evaluating both aircraft, according to the statement.

The statement continued, "The safety of Delta’s customers and crew is our number one priority.”

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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Delta Air Lines planes clip wings at Boston's Logan Airport