Aviation News, Headlines & Alerts
Tag: <span>Bordeaux</span>

Jet2 Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Bordeaux

Jet2 flight LS-252 had to divert and make an emergency landing in Bordeaux, France, on August 10th.

The Boeing 757-200 plane heading from Faro, Portugal, to Leeds, England, was diverted due to loss of cabin pressure.

The plane landed safely. All two hundred and twenty people aboard remained unharmed.

British Airway Flight Makes Emergency Landing in France

British Airways flight BA-461 had to divert for an emergency landing in Bordeaux, France, on January 27th.

The Boeing 767-300 plane heading from Madrid, Spain, to Heathrow Airport, United Kingdom, was diverted after an engine de-icing system overheated.

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

Volotea Plane Diverts to France after Problem with Wheels

voloteaVolotea flight V7-2092 had to divert and make an emergency landing at Bordeaux–Mérignac Airport, France, on July 21st.

The Boeing 717-200 flying from Strasbourg to Toulouse, France, had to divert due to some problem with one of its wheel.

The plane landed safely.

No one was injured.

Ryanair flight Diverts to France due to Medical Emergency

RyanairRyanair flight FR9886 had to divert and make an emergency landing in Bordeaux, France, on May 17th.

The plane, heading from Liverpool, England, to Alicante, Spain, was diverted due to a medical emergency.

According to an airline spokesperson, “This flight from Liverpool to Alicante diverted to Bordeaux after a customer became ill on board. The crew called ahead to request medical assistance, the aircraft landed normally and the customer disembarked and was met by medics for further treatment.”

EasyJet Flight Makes Emergency Landing after Drunk Passenger Tries to Open Door Mid-Air

EasyjetEasyJet flight EZY8896 had to make an emergency landing in Bordeaux, France, on March 7th.

The Airbus A320, heading from Marrakesh, Morocco, to Gatwick Airport, United Kingdom, had to be diverted after a drunk male passenger tried to open an emergency door mid-air.

The plane landed safely. The man was escorted out of the plane by the French police.

The airline confirmed the incident and said, “easyJet’s cabin crew are trained to assess and evaluate all situations and to act quickly and appropriately to ensure that the safety of the flight and other passengers is not compromised at any time. Whilst such incidents are rare we take them very seriously, do not tolerate abusive or threatening behaviour onboard and always push for prosecution. The safety and wellbeing of passengers and crew is always easyJet’s priority.”

Ryanair Flight Makes Emergency Landing after Turbulence Caused Injuries to 2 Flight Attendants

RyanairRyanair flight FR2829 had to make an emergency landing at Bordeaux Airport, France, at 8:28 p.m. on February 25.

Emergency was declared aboard the Boeing 737-800 aircraft, after 2 flight attendants were injured due to severe turbulence. Local media reported that one crew member suffered a fractured ankle while another one sustained back injury.

According to an airline spokesperson, “This flight from Reus to Brussels Charleroi diverted to Bordeaux after experiencing some air turbulence…The aircraft landed normally and medical personnel treated two cabin crew members who had minor injuries…A spare aircraft and replacement crew were sent from Barcelona to minimise the delay for customers, who were provided with refreshment vouchers in Bordeaux…Ryanair apologised sincerely to all customers affected by this diversion and delay.”

Airbus Launches E-Fan Electric Trainer Airplane

ElectricThe Airbus Group launched their two-seater, E-Fan electric trainer airplane in France last month.

The all-electric all-composite experimental plane designed specifically as a demonstrator for the small electric aircraft technology made its first public flight in Bordeaux, France, during the Airbus’ E-Aircraft Day.

The aircraft is comparatively quieter than the non-electric planes and has zero carbon dioxide emissions during flight. Moreover, it lasts an hour for training flights and half an hour for manoeuvres.

According to Airbus, the E-Fan electric trainer plane will be used as a model for designing, building and selling two improved versions through their subsidiary company, VoltAir.

Content not attributed to or linked to original, is the property of AirFlightDisaster.com; all rights reserved.

Site Credits