No injuries were reported when an incoming Air India flight with about 150 people on board struck the rudder of a JetBlue plane bound for West Palm Beach, Fla., the New York Post reported.
The collision took place just after Air India Flight 102 landed at 6:19 a.m. Saturday as it taxied to the gate.
"There was a noise. You could feel the vibration but I didn't know what happened," an Air India passenger said.
Aviation officials told the Post it was a "minor situation."
The JetBlue passengers were forced to board another plane.
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