On January 17, 2012, at Miami International Airport at 5:45 pm, an Aerolineas Argentinas Airbus with 240 passengers aboard was taxiing when it struck an Air France 777-300 with 350 passengers at the gate. Impact occurred between Concourses J and H.
A passenger aboard the Air France plane said the impact felt like an earthquake.
The Aerolineas Argentinas flight hand just arrived from Argentina Passengers disembarked at the gate.
The Air France passengers disembarked, collected their luggage and had to reschedule.
The planes’ damage was limited to a wingtip of one (Airbus) and the tail of the Boeing. (Which is which has not been verified, but assuming it was the Airbus that was taxiing, i.e. moving, it is more likely to be the wingtip of the moving plane that struck the stationary Boeing at the gate.)
Damage to the planes was minimal. Damage to the patience of the Air France Passengers having to reschedule? Not so much.