EasyJet flight 8529, on its way from Gatwick to Naples, had to make an emergency landing at Rome Fiumicino Airport in Rome, Italy, on September 1.
The aircraft, with 154 passengers and 6 crew members aboard, was diverted after it experienced severe turbulence due to thunderstorms in Naples. According to some passengers, 3 stewards were injured as their heads hit the ceiling.
The plane was able to make a safe emergency landing in Rome after which the passengers were transported to Naples by coach.
According to the airline, “Unfortunately due to the turbulence one of our crew sustained an injury, and as such were met by paramedics upon arrival at Rome Fiumicino airport in line with our procedures…EasyJet would like to apologize to passengers for any inconvenience caused.”