Old Jan 4, 18, 7:08 am
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Originally Posted by vbroucek View Post
Do you have further information about what did happen at NCL or do you just read @Andrea3108 mind? I cannot see anywhere that (s)he would refer to collision of mobile stairs and the aircraft...
No, I'm not a mind reader, although mobile boarding stairs are the most common cause of this type of damage, and therefore, the most likely cause of this damage.

However, I read the article as being more generic than exclusively just about boarding stairs only, as catering wagons, refuelling wagons etc would all fall under the same category of vehicle imo. This seems to be borne out by the last sentence which says...

Extraordinary circumstances would apply, for example, when damage to the aircraft is due to an act external to the airport’s normal services, such as an act of terrorism or sabotage.
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