The collision happened around 5:30 Monday morning at Sydney Airport.
Staff were preparing aircraft for the first flights of the day.
It’s understood, the staff member driving the ute is employed by the airport’s security contractor, with both vehicles moving at the time of crash.
The plane was being towed by another vehicle on the tarmac.
No passengers were aboard the plane at the time.
The plane’s right engine smashed into the ute’s windscreen which buckled under the weight.
The aircraft was due to operate a number of services on Monday, however, after the collision it was officially put out of action.
This means the potential for any Canberra passengers with a connecting service would’ve been impacted.
As always, Jetstar media is invited to respond to this story in an interview.
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