Ryanair’s flight from Brussels to Bucharest on Tuesday evening made an emergency landing at Budapest’s Liszt Ferenc International Airport after the detection of a technical fault, Budapest Airport said.
The flight with 176 passengers and a crew of 9 on board landed safely at the airport and all passengers and the crew disembarked safely. An immediate inspection revealed no signs of fire on the aircraft, Katalin Valentinyi, the communications director of the Budapest Airport shared in a Facebook group yesterday. The airline sent a relief plane to take passengers to the final destination later that evening, the airport’s operator said.
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