Two JetBlue planes collided on the tarmac at Boston Logan International Airport on Thursday morning.
The airline and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) both confirmed the incident.
"A JetBlue aircraft entering a de-icing pad lane at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) came into contact with another JetBlue aircraft on an adjacent de-icing pad lane, causing damage to one aircraft’s winglet and the other aircraft’s tail section," a statement to FOX Business said.
No injuries were reported by passengers or crew members on either aircraft, JetBlue said. Both planes will be taken out of service for repairs.
"Safety is JetBlue’s priority, and we will work to determine how and why this incident occurred," the airline said.
The flights impacted are JetBlue Flight 777 to Las Vegas and JetBlue Flight 551 to Orlando, Florida. The airline said both will operate on other aircraft following the collision.
The FAA's account was consistent with JetBlue's statement. The agency said it will continue to investigate the incident.