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Wednesday 6 December 2023 Dublin: 8°C

A Ryanair flight has diverted to Paris after a passenger was taken ill

The flight, bound for Alicante, originated in Germany.

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A RYANAIR FLIGHT bound for Alicante has been forced to land in Paris after a passenger was taken ill onboard.

The flight, coded FR 7322, was flying from Frankfurt – Hahn Airport, Germany to Alicante, Spain.

The plane’s transponder code had been changed to 7700, which denotes general emergency.

The flight took off at 10.30 am German time and  was originally scheduled to arrive in Alicante at 1.10 pm Spanish time.

It has since landed at Beauvais Airport on the Parisian outskirts.

This flight from Frankfurt Hahn to Alicante diverted to Paris Beauvais after a customer became ill on board,” said a spokesperson for the airline.

The aircraft landed normally and the customer was met by medical personnel when they disembarked for further treatment and the aircraft is due to depart to Alicante shortly.
Ryanair sincerely apologised to affected customers for this short delay to their journey.

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