A jet bridge incident has "ripped off" the door of an American-bound plane at Dublin Airport today.
The bridge was connected to an American Airlines Boeing 787 Dreamliner which was awaiting flight to Philadelphia near Dublin Airport's Terminal 2. However, the jet bridge collapsed and caused the plane's second door on the left to disconnect and fall to the ground.
No injuries were reported.
Passengers took to Twitter to share photos of the incident, with one person additionally saying: "Jet bridge failed at Dublin Airport and ripped off the door from an American 787 Dreamliner @FlightEmergency."
A spokesman for daa confirmed the accident. He said: "daa can confirm an incident which resulted in damage to American Airlines aircraft by an air bridge at Dublin Airport this morning. There were no reports of any injuries to any passengers or crew."
Dublin Live have contacted the Air Accident Investigation Unit for comment.
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