Menzies Aviation has fired two of its workers involved in the collision of two Alaska Airlines 737-900s on the ramp at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport last week. A flight leaving for Dallas was being pushed back by Menzies employees when the tip of its right wing struck the left rear tail of an empty Alaska Airlines aircraft that had been scheduled to fly to Minneapolis. A Menzies tug driver who was pushing the Dallas-bound plane pushed it too far, according to Alaska Airlines spokesman Paul McElroy. One of two wing walkers, Menzies employees who walk beside the planes, saw the aircraft

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