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Ryanair Flight Makes Emergency Landing due to Smoke in Cabin

Ryanair flight FR-8886 had to make an emergency landing at Orio al Serio International Airport, Italy, on June 23rd.

The Boeing 737-800 plane flying from Brindisi, Italy, was descending toward Orio al Serio Airport when the crew reported smoke in the cabin and declared an emergency.

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

Ryanair Flight Returns to Warsaw Modlin Airport, Poland

Ryanair flight FR-4060 had to return and make an emergency landing at Warsaw Modlin Airport, Poland, on February 7th.

The Boeing 737-800 plane took off for Malaga, Spain, but had to return shortly afterwards after the crew suspected a tailstrike.

The plane landed back safely. All passengers and crew members remained safe.

Ryanair Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Germany

Ryanair flight FR-408 made an emergency landing in Cologne, Germany, on January 21st.

The Boeing 737-800 plane flying from Copenhagen, Denmark, was on approach to Cologne when the crew declared an emergency due to a flaps issue.

The plane landed safely. All 131 people aboard remained unharmed.

Ryanair Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Dublin

RyanairRyanair flight FR-817 made an emergency landing in Dublin, Ireland, on September 28th.

The Boeing 737-800 plane was flying from Edinburgh, United Kingdom, when the crew requested an early descent to avoid icing. However, during initial descent, the crew declared an emergency due to light vibrations in both engines and increasing oil temperature.

The plane landed safely. All 145 passengers and 6 crew members remained unharmed.

Ryanair Flight Diverts to Brussels Airport

RyanairRyanair flight FR-3131 had to divert and make an emergency landing at Brussels Airport, Belgium, on July 24th.

The Boeing 737-800 plane heading from London Stansted Airport, England, to Paphos, Cyprus, was diverted due to a wheel well fire indication.

The plane landed safely Everyone aboard remained unhurt.

The airline arranged a replacement plane for the passengers.

Ryanair Plane Rejects Takeoff in Cyprus after Bird Strike

RyanairRyanair flight FR-5086 had to reject takeoff at Paphos International Airport, Paphos, Cyprus, on July 3rd.

The Boeing 737-800 was accelerating to takeoff for Krakow, Poland, when one of its engines ingested a bird.

The plane taxied to the apron safely.

The passengers were accommodated in a replacement plane.

Ryanair Boeing Rejects Taking-Off due to Technical Problem

RyanairRyanair flight FR-1452 had to reject taking off at Dublin Airport, Ireland, on June 22.

The Boeing 737-800, en-route to Brussels, Belgium, had to abort the takeoff due to technical problem.

The plane landed safely.

No one was injured.

Ryanair Plane makes Safe Landing in Netherlands

RyanairRyanair flight FR-3100 made a safe emergency landing at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Netherlands, on June 10.

The Boeing 737-800, flying from Dublin, Ireland, was about to land when the crew assumed a problem with its brakes and slowed it down. The airplane became disabled on the taxiway due to a blown tyre.

The plane landed safely.

No one was injured.

Ryanair Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Cologne

RyanairRyanair flight FR-5489 made an emergency landing in Cologne, Germany, on June 7th.

The Boeing 737-800 plane, heading from Weeze Airport, Germany, to Porto, Portugal, was diverted after the crew reported fumes on-board.

The plane landed uneventfully. All 185 people aboard remained unhurt.

Ryanair Plane Rejects Takeoff in Ireland due to Flight Operations Issue

RyanairRyanair flight FR-8011 had to abort takeoff at Dublin Airport, Republic of Ireland, on June 3rd.

The Boeing 737-800 was accelerating to takeoff for Warsaw, Poland, when the crew reported they had a flight operations issue.

The plane resumed its flight 20 minutes later.

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.”

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RyanairRyanair flight FR-4215 made an emergency landing at London Stansted Airport, England, on May 14th.

The plane was flying from Parma, Italy, when the crew reported a flaps problem and declared an emergency.

The plane landed safely. Everyone aboard remained unharmed.

Ryanair Plane Diverts to France due to Disruptive Passengers

RyanairA Ryanair flight had to divert and make an emergency landing at Limoges – Bellegarde Airport, Limoges, France, on April 28th.

The Boeing 737, en-route from Liverpool, England, to Alicante, Spain, was mid-air when two drunk men onboard began fighting, prompting the captain to divert the plane.

The plane landed uneventfully. All 180 passengers onboard remained unharmed.

The two men were taken to a nearby police station.

Ryanair Plane Returns and makes Emergency Landing in England after Bird Strike

RyanairRyanair flight FR-3445 had to return and make an emergency landing at Manchester Airport, Manchester, England, UK, on April 1st.

The Boeing 737-800, en-route to Palma, Mallorca, Spain, was mid-air after departure when a bird impacted the aircraft, prompting the crew to stop the climb and return.

The plane’s right hand engine was affected by the bird strike.

All people onboard remained unharmed.

Israeli Warplanes Came Dangerously Close to Ryanair Passenger Plane

Two Israel Air Force F-16 fighter jets almost crashed into a Ryanair passenger plane near Ovda Airport, Israel, on March 1st.

The passenger plane was en-route from Krakow, Poland, to Ovda airport, Israel, when two fighter planes, engaged in the training exercises, came “dangerously close”. The Ryanair pilots changed the course at the last minute to avert the crash.

The flight FR-2616 was carrying 162 passengers at the time.

The airline confirmed the incident but said that “These military aircraft were at all times over 3 miles away from the Ryanair aircraft, so the reports of a ‘nearly crash’ or ‘evasive manoeuvres’ are all false and invented. All passengers on board the Ryanair aircraft noticed nothing, since our aircraft never diverted from its cleared flight path to Ovda.”

Ryanair Flight Diverts to Berlin due to Disruptive Passengers

RyanairA Ryanair flight had to divert and make an emergency landing at Berlin Schonefeld Airport, Germany, on February 26th.

The plane, heading from London Luton Airport in Bedfordshire, England, to Bratislava, Slovakia, was diverted after six drunk passengers became aggressive mid-flight.

The six men were a part of 12-man stag party group from Southampton, led by 26-year-old groom-to-be Joshua Marriner. Some sources reported that the passengers became violent after they were refused more alcohol.

The plane landed uneventfully. The disruptive passengers were taken into custody by German federal police in Berlin.

The flight resumed after a short delay.

Ryanair Plane Diverts to Brussels due to Asymmetric Flaps

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.

Ryanair Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Dublin

Ryanair flight FR-161 made an emergency landing in Dublin, Ireland, on February 14.

The Boeing 737-800 plane, heading to Copenhagen, Denmark, was forced to return due to a bird strike.

The plane landed safely. All 171 passengers and 6 crew members remained unhurt.

The airline arranged a replacement plane for the passengers.

Ryanair Plane Returns to Latvia due to Fuel Leakage

RyanairRyanair flight FR-8086 had to return and make an emergency landing at Riga International Airport, Riga, Latvia, on October 26.

The Boeing 737-800, en-route to Charleroi, Belgium, had to return due to suspected fuel leakage in one of its engine.

The plane landed safely.

All 176 passengers and 6 crew members aboard remained unhurt.

Ryanair Plane Returns to Germany after Bird Strike

RyanairRyanair flight FR-4376 returned and made an emergency landing at Weeze Airport, Germany, on October 20.

The Boeing 737-800, en-route to Tallinn, Estonia, with 183 passengers aboard, had to return due to a bird strike.

The plane landed safely.

No injuries were reported.

The passengers were accommodated in a replacement flight.

Ryanair Plane Diverts to France due to Medical Emergency

RyanairA Ryanair flight had to divert and make an emergency landing at Nantes Atlantique Airport, France, on September 26.

The plane, en-route from Manchester, UK to Faro, Portugal, had to be diverted after a passenger fell sick mid-air.

According to an airline spokesperson, “This flight was diverted after a customer became ill on board. The aircraft landed normally and the customer was met by medical personnel, where they disembarked for further treatment, before the aircraft continued onward to Faro.

Ryanair Jet Diverted to Dublin Airport After Passenger Fell Sick Mid-Air

RyanairRyanair flight FR-8422 had to divert and make an emergency landing at Dublin Airport, Ireland, on August 14th.

The plane was en-route from Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, to Edinburgh, United Kingdom, when a female elderly passenger fell ill, prompting the crew to declare an emergency.

The plane landed uneventfully and the patient was immediately shifted to hospital.

The plane departed again after a short delay.

Ryanair Jets Collide at Dublin Airport

RyanairTwo Ryanair jets collided on a taxiway intersection at Dublin Airport, Ireland, shortly before 7 a.m. on October 7.

According to a statement released by the airline, “Two of our aircraft were taxiing slowly to the runway at Dublin Airport this morning…The winglet of one aircraft appears to have scraped the tail of the other…Both aircraft were under the instruction of Dublin Airport Air Traffic Control at the time.”

The statement further said, “There was no impact on customers on board and Ryanair contacted the IAA and worked with them to return both aircraft to stand…Affected customers disembarked, were provided with refreshment vouchers and boarded two replacement aircraft, which departed to Brussels Charleroi and Edinburgh later this morning…Ryanair apologises sincerely to customers for any inconvenience.”

The emergency personnel were called at the scene after the incident and the airport operations were temporarily halted. However, the officials confirmed that normal operations at Dublin airport were resumed shortly afterwards.

Both the Boeing 737 aircrafts are currently being repaired.

The Air Accident Investigation Unit (AAIU) will investigate the incident.

Two Ryanair Planes Collided at London Stansted Airport

RyanairTwo Ryanair Boeing 737-800 planes collided in the parking area of the London Stansted Airport, Essex, at around 6:50 a.m. on June 28. One of the planes was about to take off for Warsaw, Poland, while the other had just landed from Frankfurt Hahn, Germany.

The tail cone of one plane and the wing tip of the other was damaged in the collision. A spokesperson of the Stansted Airport said, “We can confirm two aircraft were involved in a minor collision while on the ground at Stansted this morning. Both planes suffered some damage but there were no reported injuries to passengers or crew.”

The passengers of the out-going flight had to face a three-hour delay before they were transferred to another plane.

Robin Kiely, the spokesperson of Ryanair, said, “Our Stansted-based engineering team are currently investigating and will repair both aircraft and return them to service as soon as possible… Ryanair sincerely apologises to the affected passengers for any inconvenience.”

Essex Police responded on the scene. They conducted routine breath tests on both of the pilots. There were no signs of alcohol. No further police action will be taken.

Ryanair Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Athens due to a Disruptive Passenger

RyanairA Ryanair flight en route from Thessaloniki, Greece to Paphos, Cyprus, had to make an emergency landing in Athens due to a disruptive passenger.

The plane took off at about 10 p.m. on June 23, with 168 passengers aboard. Soon after take-off, a 37 year old passenger claiming to be a “mechanic” started banging at the cockpit door and tried to break-in.

The pilot reported the situation to Greek authorities who advised him to land in Athens. The troublesome passenger, believed to be a Cypriot national, was immobilized by the crew members and other passengers while the plane, which was just 20 minutes into the flight, was turned towards Athens. The plane safely landed and the passenger was handed over to the police.

The passengers were accommodated in nearby hotels for the night. They continued their journey to Paphos on the next day.

A spokesperson of Ryanair said, “We will fully assist the Greek police with the prosecution of this individual. We apologise sincerely to our other 168 customers on this flight for any delay or inconvenience suffered as a result of this diversion.”

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