A Hawaiian Airlines Airbus A321neo Was Damaged After a Jet Bridge Collapsed at SFO

by Anthony Losanno
HA Damaged Aircraft

Advertiser Disclosure: The Bulkhead Seat earns an affiliate commission for anyone approved through the links below. This compensation may impact how and where links appear on this site. We work to provide the best publicly available offers to our readers. We frequently update them, but this site does not include all available offers.

A Hawaiian Airlines aircraft was damaged on Thursday when a jet bridge collapsed at the gate at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) on May 2nd. The flight had just arrived from Kahului Airport (OGG) and thankfully it held up until all passengers had deplaned.

The Airbus A321neo’s front left-hand door sustained measurable damage after the jet bridge collapsed and struck the door.  Due to the damage, the return flight scheduled for the next day (May 3rd) was cancelled. From checking FlightAware, it appears that the aircraft is still out of service.

Anthony’s Take: Luckily, all of the passengers were off of the jet bridge when it collapsed. It will be interesting to see how long it takes for repairs and clearance to return to Hawaii.

(Featured Image Credit: @AFlyGuyTravels via X.)

User Generated Content Disclosure: The Bulkhead Seat encourages constructive discussions, comments, and questions. Responses are not provided by or commissioned by any bank advertisers. These responses have not been reviewed, approved, or endorsed by the bank advertiser. It is not the responsibility of the bank advertiser to respond to comments.

Leave a Comment

Related Articles