Two Ryanair aircraft were involved in a ground incident at Dublin airport this morning.

"The winglet of one aircraft appears to have scraped the tail of the other," says the Irish budget carrier.

The Boeing 737s had been "taxiing slowly" and were "under the instruction of Dublin airport air traffic control", adds Ryanair.

It stresses that there was "no impact on customers on board" and that it has been working with the Irish Aviation Authority to return both aircraft to stand.

Replacement aircraft are being used to fly the delayed customers to Brussels Charleroi and Edinburgh.

Dublin Airport Authority confirms that the Irish capital's gateway is now "fully operational" after "some delays this morning as a result of an earlier ground incident".

Source: Cirium Dashboard