Smoke smell in cockpit triggers emergency landing at Dublin Airport

 Tuesday, October 17, 2017 


FlybeAn airplane had to make an emergency landing at Dublin Airport after it was reported that the cockpit of the airplane was filled with smoke.


The flight of Flybe had been arriving from Cardiff.


Luckily the aircraft was able to make a perfectly safe landing since nobody has been injured.


A spokeswoman of Flybe told a regional news media agency of Dublin that there had been no impact on the flight schedule and the challenge was not due to the storm. While this emergency landing was not on account of Storm Ophelia presently making its way across the nation while many other flights have been cancelled.


More than 140 flights have been cancelled in and out of Dublin Airport today.


And flyers have been requested to keep an eye on their flight prior to making journeys to any Irish airport. It is confirmed that 75 passengers were on board the 4521 flight that had departed from Cardiff Airport around 7 a.m.


One of the passengers complained that they were all suspended up into the air for a long time.


But then the airline authorities told them not to be alarmed by the flashing of blue lights and emergency crew escort as they landed. The captain to0ld them that the crew had been smelling funny on board. The luggage of the passengers was delayed at the airport as they made efforts to deal with the plane.


Flybe has also cancelled its BE283 flight from Cardiff to Belfast City.


A spokeswoman of Flybe mentioned that the aircraft was able to land absolutely safely and all the 75 passengers disembarked normally.


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