An Air China Boeing 737-800 parked at Tianjin Binhai International Airport suffered damage after strong winds pushed it into a nearby aerobridge.

The aircraft, registration B-5621, was parked at the airport when the incident happened on Saturday, 9 March 2013. The airframe was built in October 2011.

Strong winds measuring 25m/s (4,900ft/min) had pushed the aircraft, causing its nose to crash into the aerobridge, resulting in damage, says Air China.

There was no one on board the aircraft when the incident occurred.

Source: Air Transport Intelligence news