Aer Lingus Flight Bound For London Forced To Turn Back To Dublin


An Aer Lingus flight that was on the way to London had to return to Dublin Airport shortly after take off today.

It’s reported that the plane had to return because of a pressurisation problem.

The plane departed Dublin shortly after 2:30pm this afternoon but had to make an emergency call over Liverpool.

The flight then returned to Dublin Airport. Airport Webcams shared information of the flight on Twitter:

“Aer Lingus EI286 Dublin to London City (Avro RJ85 EI-RJI) squawked 7700 General Emergency over Liverpool, declared Pan Pan with Scottish ACC and has just returned to DUB with a pressurisation problem.”

According to Dublin Live the Avro RJ85 jet is 20-years-old.

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