Ouch! Ryanair left with £200,000 of damage after handbrake left off at Rome Ciampino Airport

Here at EUclaim we couldn’t quite believe this story, but, it’s all true! 

A Ryanair 737-800 was parked at Rome Ciampino Airport when it rolled  backwards 40m crashing into an airport building and destroying the tail wing of the £72m plane.  Fortunately passengers had disembarked and no one was hurt. Investigations are now underway to find out who was to blame for the incident. The budget airline  claims  that the ground staff had not secured the plane properly. We wait with anticipation to find out just who left the handbrake off!

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