The tail cone of a Singapore Airlines (SIA) 777-300 aircraft was damaged after it collided with a stationary plane while being towed at Changi Airport on the evening of May 30.  The aircraft was empty at the time and no injuries were reported. “Damage to the aircraft is being assessed and investigations will be carried out to determine how the incident occurred,” the airline said.

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