On the morning of the 25th, an All Nippon Airways cargo plane collided with a work vehicle on the parking lot at Narita Airport, and airport companies are investigating the details.
It is said that some road surfaces were frozen due to the snow that fell on the night of the 24th near the parking lot.
At around 7:38 am on the 25th, an All Nippon Airways cargo plane, a Boeing 767, arriving from Hong Kong on the tarmac in the cargo area of Narita Airport, collided with a work vehicle.
According to All Nippon Airways, after landing, the cargo plane self-propelled and moved to the tarmac, slipped when it was about to stop, and was waiting nearby, called a "main deck loader". vehicle.
According to the airport company, no one was injured and there was no impact on the operation of other flights.
In the vicinity of the parking lot, some roads were frozen due to the snow that fell on the night of the 24th, and the airport company and All Nippon Airways are investigating the detailed situation.