Ryanair investigation underway after 33 passengers plunge more than 20,000ft in a matter of minutes during emergency landing – TheLiberal.ie – Our News, Your Views
August 15, 2018

Ryanair investigation underway after 33 passengers plunge more than 20,000ft in a matter of minutes during emergency landing

A Ryanair investigation is underway after a depressurisation incident onboard a Ryanair flight prompted an emergency landing on Friday afternoon.

Flight FR7312 was en route from Dublin to Zadar in Croatia when the pilot declared an emergency.

Oxygen masks were deployed and the flight made an emergency landing at Frankfurt.

It is understood that 33 people had to receive medical attention after, as RTE report, the flight dropped some 27,000 in around 7 minutes leaving some passengers with bleeding noses and ears.

It’s still not yet know what exactly the issue with the flight was but an report at the end of the investigation is expected to be released.

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