Two Kenya Airways planes collided during positioning on Saturday at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi. The aircraft were undergoing maintenance, according to Kenya Civil Aviation Authority Director-General Gilbert Kibe. The aircraft were Embraer 190 aircraft and no injuries were reported. Kibe said an investigation into the incident will take place.
Kenya Airways confirmed the incident where two of their Embraer 190 aircraft collided. It has been reported that the incident occurred during a technical engine maintenance check at the hangar. There were no injuries to any of the personnel conducting the maintenance check and no passengers were onboard. The carrier has verified that neither plane was in operation at the time of the collision.