Emergency Landing in Germany on a Flight from London to Europe

Emergency Landing in Germany on a Flight from London to Europe

Ryan Air flight from London to Latvia has made an emergency landing in Germany.

According to aviation sources, flight number FR 2642 took off from London Heathrow Airport to Riga International Airport in Europe at 7.30 am local time this morning. The flight was scheduled to reach its destination two hours later.

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According to aviation sources, the Boeing 373 of EIDCZ Registration was flying at an altitude of 41,000 feet at a speed of 430 km per hour when it took off. The flight reached a low altitude of 10,000 feet in 8 minutes.

Air traffic control instructed the pilot to land at the nearest Bremen airport in Germany, and the flight landed at Bremen International Airport exactly one hour after takeoff.

According to aviation experts, the plane may have encountered this situation, possibly due to a cabin pressure problem, however, the plane is being inspected at the airport.

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