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Flybe Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Belfast

Flybe flight BE-122 made an emergency landing in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on August 6th.

The plane was flying from Glasgow, Scotland, when the crew needed to shut down one of the engines and declared an emergency.

The plane continued for a safe landing. All sixty-nine people aboard remained unharmed.

Flybe Flight Makes Emergency Landing at Glasgow Prestwick Airport

Flybe flight BE-480 had to divert and make an emergency landing at Glasgow Prestwick Airport, Scotland, on January 16th.

The plane heading from Manchester, England, to Belfast, Northern Ireland, was diverted due to a suspected technical fault.

The plane landed safely. All passengers and crew members remained unharmed.

Flybe Flight Makes Emergency Landing at Belfast International Airport

Flybe flight BE-653 made an emergency landing at Belfast International Airport, Northern Ireland, on January 14th.

The plane heading from Birmingham, England, to Ireland West Airport Knock, Ireland, was diverted due to an issue with the flaps.

The plane landed safely. All passengers and crew members remained unharmed.

Sunwing Airlines Plane makes Safe Landing in Greece after Technical Problems

Sunwing Airlines flight BY-1526 made a safe landing at Corfu International Airport, Greece, on July 21st.

The Boeing 737-800 flying from Belfast, Northern Ireland, had just taken-off when the crew some technical problems.

The plane landed safely.

All 186 people aboard remained safe.

Flybe Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Southampton

Flybe flight BE-981 made an emergency landing in Southampton, England, on July 13th.

The plane flying from Belfast City, Northern Ireland, was descending towards Southampton when the crew requested emergency assistance, reporting a suspected cracked windscreen.

The plane continued for a safe landing. All fifty-eight people aboard remained safe.

United Airlines Plane Diverts to Shannon Airport

United AirlinesUnited Airlines flight UA-76 had to divert and make an emergency landing at Shannon Airport, Ireland, on October 24th.

The Boeing 757-200 plane heading from Belfast International Airport, United Kingdom, to Newark, New Jersey, was diverted due to an unsafe nose gear indication.

The plane landed safely. There were 121 passengers and 9 crew members aboard at the time; all of them remained safe.

Flybe Plane Makes Emergency Landing at Belfast City Airport

flybeFlybe flight BE-986 made an emergency landing at Belfast City Airport in Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, on August 19th.

The plane was flying from Southampton, England, when the crew declared an emergency due to a minor technical fault.

The plane landed safely. All 70 people aboard remained unharmed.

Jet2 Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Belfast

Jet2Jet2.com flight LS-362 had to make an emergency landing at Belfast International Airport in Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, on March 24th.

The plane was flying from Palma de Mallorca Airport, Spain, when the crew received a fire indication and declared emergency.

The plane landed safely. No injuries were reported.

No evidence of fire or smoke was found upon inspection.

United Airlines Flight Diverts to Manchester, UK

United AirlinesUnited Airlines flight UA-76 had to make an emergency landing in Manchester, United Kingdom, on February 27th.

According to the airline, the Boeing 757-200 plane heading from Belfast, United Kingdom, to New York/Newark was diverted due to a mechanical issue.

The plane landed safely. All 160 passengers remained unharmed.

Air France Flight Diverts to Belfast International Airport

Air FranceAn Air France flight, operated by Cityjet, had to divert and make an emergency landing at Belfast International Airport, United Kingdom, on December 4.

Authorities said the plane, en-route from Paris, France, to Dublin, Ireland, was diverted due to Storm Desmond.

The plane landed uneventfully. There were over 50 passengers aboard at the time; all of them remained unharmed.

The airline arranged bus for the passengers.

Flybe Plane makes Safe Landing in England after Problem with Flaps

flybeFlybe flight BE-403 made a safe landing at Birmingham Airport, England, on December 1.

The de Havilland Dash 8-400, en-route from Belfast, Northern Ireland, when the crew noticed some problems with its flaps.

The plane landed safely.

No one was injured.

Air France Jet Diverts to Belfast International Airport

Air FranceAir France flight AF1816 made an emergency landing at Belfast International Airport in Northern Ireland, on November 12.

The plane, en-route from Charles de Gaulle airport, France, to Dublin, Ireland, was diverted after the pilot reported low fuel levels. Authorities said the plane circled Dublin airport before diverting to Belfast but could not land due to high winds.

The plane landed safely. There were 93 people aboard at the time; all of them remained unhurt.

BA Flight Diverts to Belfast International Airport

British airwaysBritish Airways flight BA1421 had to divert and make an emergency landing at Belfast International Airport in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on October 27.

The plane took off from George Best Belfast City Airport and was heading to Heathrow Airport, London, when the pilot declared emergency. According to an airline spokesperson, “The flight landed normally after diverting shortly after take off as a precaution following a technical issue.”

There were 108 people aboard at the time; all of them remained unhurt.

United Airlines Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Northern Ireland

United airlinesUnited Airlines flight UA77 had to make an emergency landing at Belfast International Airport, Northern Ireland, at around 8:30 a.m. on September 6.

The Boeing 757-200, heading towards Belfast, from Newark, New Jersey, had to be landed in emergency due to a sick passenger aboard.

The plane landed uneventfully.

No injuries were reported.

Air Canada Flight Diverts to Belfast International Airport

Air CanadaAir Canada flight AC825 had to divert and make an emergency landing at Belfast International Airport in the United Kingdom, on August 22.

The Boeing 767-300, en-route from Amsterdam to Toronto, was diverted after an unusual odor was noticed in the galley.

The plane landed safely. There were 208 passengers and 8 crew members aboard at the time; all of them remained unhurt.

The plane was taken for inspection.

United Airlines Flight Diverts to Belfast After Passenger Demanded More Nuts

United airlinesA United Airlines flight had to divert to Belfast International Airport in Northern Ireland, on the evening of June 20.

The plane was on its way from Rome, Italy to Chicago when a 42-year-old passenger Jeremiah Mathis Thede asked for nuts or crackers. Authorities said he was given some nuts but he kept-on demanding for more and showed an erratic behavior. The pilot became concerned due to situation and decided to make an emergency landing.

The plane landed safely and all 282 passengers were flown to Chicago next day.

Engine Catches Fire Midair; Flybe Plane Makes Safe Emergency Landing in Belfast

FlybeFlybe flight BE130 made an emergency landing at Belfast international airport, Northern Ireland, on the night of December 16.

The flight, en-route from Glasgow to Belfast City Airport, was diverted after one of its engines caught fire midair.

The plane landed uneventfully and all 76 passengers and 4 crew members remained unharmed.

The airline said in a statement, “Flybe can confirm that flight BE130 from Glasgow to Belfast City diverted to Belfast International Airport due a small engine fire, which was extinguished before landing…At no time was the safety and wellbeing of passengers compromised…Flybe operates its fleet of aircraft in strict compliance with all manufacturers guidelines.”

The cause of engine fire is under investigation.

Passenger Plane Lands in Emergency at Cork, Ireland

Air ContractorsA Boeing 737-300, operated by Air Contractors, had to make an emergency landing at Cork Airport, Ireland, due to fuel leak suspicion.

The plane, carrying 150 passengers and 5 crew members, was on its way from Belfast, Ireland to Reus, Spain, when the pilot noticed the fuel leakage warning. The plane was then diverted to Cork for making an emergency landing.

Full emergency protocol was deployed at the airport as the plane touched the runway at about 11:45 p.m. on June 24. No one was hurt.

The initial investigation confirmed that there was no fuel leakage; the suspicion arose due to faulty instrument.

The passengers were accommodated in hotels for the night. They resumed their journey next day.

Citywing Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Belfast

citywingA Citywing flight en route from George Best Belfast City Airport in Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland to the Isle of Man had to return and make an emergency landing due to some technical issues.

The twin propeller aircraft landed without incident on June 6 and all five passengers and two crew members on-board, exited safely.

A spokesman of the Citywing said, “The flight experienced a potential technical issue and in line with safety procedures, the plane was returned to the airport quickly and safely.”

The passengers were booked onto the next flight to their destination.

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