Two JAL aircraft bump wings at Haneda Airport

The wingtips of two Japan Airlines passenger planes collided at Tokyo's Haneda Airport on Thursday morning. No injuries were reported.

JAL says the incident occurred at around 7:30 a.m.

JAL Flight 503, bound for Hokkaido's New Chitose Airport, was backing out of its parking spot when it struck a plane moving forward into an adjacent parking spot. Both aircraft sustained damage.

There were 328 people on board Flight 503, which was cancelled.

JAL says the other aircraft had no passengers and its flight has been delayed to change planes.

The airline apologized for causing its customers inconvenience.

This incident is the latest in a series of recent airfield collisions. A Korean Air plane clipped a parked Cathay Pacific aircraft at New Chitose Airport in January, and two All Nippon Airways passenger jets bumped wings at an Osaka airport in February.