Published on : Saturday, November 9, 2013
A Ryanair flight carrying 180 passengers was forced to make an emergency landing in Spain’s San Pablo de Sevilla airport. Latest reports from various sources reveal that speculated fire in the cabin was the reason for the forced landing. The plane was scheduled to fly from Tangier in Morocco to Dusseldorf in Germany.
According to the reports from the 112 emergency coordination centre and air authority AENA, the notice was received at around 20:50, when the crew of the Boeing 737 plane addressed smoke in the cabin.
National and local police joined the fire services and a complete emergency protocol was initiated at the San Pablo airport. After the landing, the situation was taken under control and there was no reports of injuries.
Flights to other destinations from the airport was normal. The number of the Boeing 737 plane from Ryanair was RYR/FR2355.