Ryanair has apologised to passengers following a collision between two of the airline's aircraft at Dublin Airport earlier this morning.
It is believed that the wing tips of two planes touched as one plane was taxiing to its stand.
No passengers were injured.
Airport authorities are reporting there is no disruption to flights.
Fire tenders were at the scene as a matter of precaution.
A spokesperson for the Dublin Airport Authority told independent.ie that nobody was injured during the incident which occurred just before 7am on a taxiway intersection.
The Air Accident Investigation Unit (AAIU) are expected to launch a full investigation into the incident in keeping with procedures.
The flight schedule at the airport was operating normally less than half an hour later with some minor delays reported.
The airline apologised to passengers for the inconvenience in a statement issued less than an hour after the collision.
"Two of our aircraft were taxiing slowly to the runway at Dublin Airport this morning," the statement said.
Dublin Airport is fully operational this morning.— Dublin Airport (@DublinAirport) October 7, 2014
Dublin Airport is fully operational following ground incident a short while ago. Some minor delays as a result.— Dublin Airport (@DublinAirport) October 7, 2014
"The winglet of one aircraft appears to have scraped the tail of the other.
"There was no impact on customers on board.
"Ryanair has contacted the IAA and is working with them to return both aircraft to stand and allow normal operations at Dublin Airport to resume.
"Ryanair apologises sincerely to customers for any inconvenience," the statement concluded.
Andrea Cunningham, from Drogheda, was due to fly to Edinburgh for a job interview this morning and was a passenger on one of the Ryanair aircraft.
Speaking on RTE's Morning Ireland programme, Ms Cunningham said the impact was minimal, but the plane shook.
“We just kind of turned a corner and hit into another plane.
“It wasn’t a huge impact to be honest but you could see the plane shook and then it kind of just stopped.
“We were on the plane for about an hour, maybe short of an hour.
“We were just waiting to go back into the airport terminal," she said.
The Irish Aviation Authority confirmed it was investigating an incident involving two aircraft, during which emergency services attended the scene.
"The Air Accident Investigation Unit (AAIU) of the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport has been notified and will conduct a further investigation," said a spokesman.
"Dublin Airport is now fully operational, although passengers may anticipate some delays as a result of this morning's incident and are asked to check with their airlines directly for further information."
The incident comes just days after a Spanish aviation authorities issued a report on an incident between a Ryanair aircraft and a Jet 2 plane on September 14th of last year.
The report states that the the Ryanair aircraft performed a go-around manoeuvre when he was almost on the threshold of runway 13 and the Jet2.com aircraft was still taking off.
The Ryanair jet climbed again and broke off from it’s runway heading, turning to the left and repositioned for another approach.
The flight landed safely about 18 minutes later while the Jet2.com plane continued to it's destination for a safe landing.
A Ryanair spokesman said: "This flight from Leeds to Malaga performed a go-around on approach into Malaga as the runway was occupied by another aircraft. The go-around was uneventful and the aircraft landed shortly after. Ryanair will cooperate fully with the CIAIAC investigation into this matter.”
A Jet2 spokesman stated that any questions be directed at the airport.
The CIAIAC investigation is expect to look at whether the incident occurred as a result of an air traffic control error.