Maybe. I recall watching a program about the Twin Towers in NYC, and why they fell. There was a comment about how when the building was engineered they considered the possibility of a plane hitting the tower. They were focused on the forces that a Boeing 707/727/737 would produce. At the time the Twin Towers were designed, 747's and other wide-body jumbo jets were unknown to the public.
They also stated that their focus was on 'what would happen if a plane accidentally hit a tower'. They NEVER gave consideration (as most people) to what would happen if a modern jumbo jet, fully loaded with fuel were intentionally flown into the structure.
It was the fuel load and resulting fires that brought the towers down.
Plus, the planes apparently were on full throttle as well, which significantly increased their kinetic energy over a moving much more slowly during a normal takeoff or landing.