ALERT Aer Lingus Airbus A330-300 wing clipped a building while being towed to gate at San Francisco International Airport

A passenger jet arriving at San Francisco International Airport got too close to the terminal hitting the building with its wing tip and causing minor damage.

Aer Lingus Airbus A330-300 (reg. EI-GAJ) from Dublin was being towed to gate G91 when the tractor crew misjudged the turn and the wing clipped a concrete pillar.

The spokesman said there was paint damage to the Airbus A330 wing but a maintenance crew would make a full inspection of the wing.

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There were no injuries to anyone on board but the inspection may impact any departing flights on the airline, the SFO spokesman said.

Passengers were able to de-board the plane about an hour after the incident.

Return flight #EI146 to Dublin was canceled.