Former President Donald Trump’s Boeing 757 clipped a corporate jet at West Palm Beach International Airport in Florida on Sunday.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said a privately owned 757 contacted a parked and unoccupied corporate jet at the South Florida airport. However, the statement did not identify the plane as belonging to the former president.

“A privately owned Boeing 757 landed safely at West Palm Beach International Airport around 1:20 am local time on Sunday, May 12,” the FAA statement reads. “While taxiing, its winglet contacted a parked and unoccupied corporate jet.”

The notice from the FAA lists the plane’s registration number as N757AF. FAA registration records also show the plane is registered to DJT Operations I LLC. The registration number is also visible on the side of Trump’s plane.

According to the FAA, the incident occurred in an area of the airport where the FAA does not direct aircraft, and an investigation has been launched. It is unclear if Trump was on the plane at the time of the incident. No injuries were reported in the collision.

Trump’s Boeing 757, a symbol of luxury and comfort, was purchased for $100 million in 2010. The plane, built in 1991, features gold-plated accents, two private guestrooms, and three bathrooms. The aircraft also boasts dining and conference areas, making it a truly lavish mode of travel.

The Boeing 757 has been nicknamed Trump Force One, in homage to Air Force One. The former president often uses the aircraft to fly to rallies. In January, the former president advocated for Boeing to resume production of the 757.

“Boeing should bring back the 757, the most beautiful, best-handling plane that Boeing ever made,” Trump wrote on his social media.

Trump held a rally in Wildwood, New Jersey, on Saturday and was returning to Florida just ahead of his trip to New York for the continuation of his hush money trial. The former president is on trial in New York State court on criminal hush money charges. He has pleaded not guilty in the case.