Houston’s Hobby airport resumes flights after two planes clip wings on an airport runway

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Flights have resumed at Houston’s William P. Hobby Airport after after two private jets clipped wings when they were moving on the airfield.

Debris was cleared from the airfield and flight operations restored, the airport posted on X, formerly known as Twitter, on Tuesday evening. No injuries were reported and the city fire department said there was no risk of fire after the collision Tuesday afternoon at the airport southeast of downtown.

Houston’s Hobby airport resumes flights

The Federal Aviation Administration said on X that a twin-engine Hawker H25B turned off a runway without permission and collided with a twin-engine Cessna C510 that had landed on another runway. The FAA did not say how many people were on board each plane.

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