Published January 13, 2015
One small airplane ended up on top of another Thursday in a collision at Northwest Regional Airport, about 20 miles northeast of Fort Worth.
Nobody was seriously hurt in the accident as one plane apparently tried to land as the other was taking off from the airport near Texas Motor Speedway, KXAS-TV reported.
Live television coverage showed two single-engine planes, one stacked atop the other.
Northwest Regional Airport, on its Web site, bills itself as the largest privately-owned airport in America, with more than 550 planes.
There is no control tower. Pilots using the airport are required to transmit their locations over a certain radio frequency.
The weather in the area Thursday was partly cloudy with light winds.
Airport officials did not immediately respond to calls for comment.