Ryanair Plane Diverts to Brussels due to Asymmetric Flaps

Monday, February 29, 2016
By George Hatcher

RyanairRyanair flight FR-5464 had to divert and make an emergency landing at Brussels Airport, Brussels, Belgium, on February 27.

The Boeing 737-800, en-route from Madrid, Spain, to Brussels, Belgium, was on approach to Charleroi Airport when the crew detected asymmetry in the flaps, deciding to divert to Brussels Airport.

The plane landed safely.

All passengers and crew members aboard remained unhurt.

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