At , as VH-VGR approached the gate on bay D2, the automatic nose-in guidance system (NIGS) displayed a message 'STOP-WAIT'.
In response the flight crew stopped the aircraft short of the gate.
An Airbus A320, registered VH-VGR and operated by Jetstar Airways, operated on a domestic flight from Sydney, Australia to Melbourne.
Upon arrival, the flight was cleared by the ground controller to taxi to gate D2.
The controller advised the crew of that a Jetstar A320 was entering the apron behind them for bay D2 and that when that traffic was 'on the gate', pushback from bay E1 was approved.
The flight crew of VH-YID reported that they saw the Jetstar A320 pass behind them from the reflection in the terminal window in front of their parked aircraft.
Accident location: Exact; deduced from official accident report.
Batalion and Elman, who both learned Yiddish as teenagers at the secular Bialik High School in Quebec, said a goal was to showcase the language and its cultural heritage.
At , the left wingtip of VH-YID contacted the tail cone of the A320 immediately aft of the operating auxiliary power unit.
The tail cone immediately aft of the auxiliary power unit separated from the aircraft and fell to the ground.
At the aircraft entered the apron en route to gate D2, when a Boeing 737-800, registered VH-YID, requested pushback approval from gate E1.
The 737 was being operated by Virgin Australia Airlines on a flight to Sunshine Coast Airport.
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The dispatcher on VH-YID reported looking under the aircraft and observing that the A320 was stopped.