Plane to Eindhoven makes unscheduled stop in Paris

Photo credit: Studio040/Thijs van Litsenburg

A Ryanair flight from Faro, Portugal, was en route to Eindhoven Airport when it had to make an emergency stop in Paris, France.

According to a local newspaper, the ED, the plane landed at the French airport on Saturday night at about 08:30. The flight was scheduled to land at Eindhoven Airport at about 10:45. According to other online media reports, the pilots issued an alert while the plane was in the air.

The flight was then diverted to Paris. This unscheduled stop was said to be due to technical difficulties. The cause of these difficulties is not known. A replacement aircraft took passengers to Eindhoven Airport. This, after a delay of between three and four hours.

Source: Studio040

Translator: Melinda Walraven

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