| GEO World|
| Two planes collide at Beijing airport|
| Updated at: 1915 PST, Saturday, July 31, 2010|
BEIJING: Two aircraft collided at Beijing's international airport on Saturday, China's state media reported.
The wing of a taxiing Singapore Airlines Boeing 777 hit the tail of a stationary Air China Boeing 737-800, the report said.
Pilot error was likely to be behind the incident, in which no one was hurt, said the report, citing an official from China's Civil Aviation Administration.
Beijing's airport, which was shrouded in fog at the time of the incident, is home to one of the world's largest terminals, the 98-hectare (245-acre) Terminal Three, designed by Norman Foster and opened in the run-up to the Beijing Olympics in 2008.