The wing of a London-bound Virgin Atlantic plane struck a fence at Kennedy Airport Saturday morning, grounding the airliner, according to the Port Authority.

Flight 276 was being pushed back from Gate 3 at Terminal 4 by a tug at 8:30 a.m. when the right wing struck a blast fence, Port Authority spokesman Steve Coleman said.

The plane, which had 276 passengers aboard, was pushed back to the gate, Coleman said. There were no reported injuries, and the passengers are being rebooked by the airline, he said.

Airport maintenance crews are on the scene, Coleman said, attempting to dislodge the wing from the fence.