Ryanair Crew Praised After Passenger Passes Out On Flight To Dublin


Ryanair staff averted a medical emergency on a flight bound for Dublin Airport on Thursday evening.

Despite having no medical staff on board, the cabin crew acted swiftly to ensure the man’s safety.

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According to reports, Flight FR1457 from Brussels to Dublin was halfway through its journey when a passenger passed out and required medical attention.

Passenger Ronan Gingles was on board the flight when the incident happened and commended the quick-thinking by the cabin crew.

The flight returned to land safely in Dublin. He tweeted: “Great work by cabin crew on Ryanair FR1457 from Brussels to Dublin tonight.

“Passenger passed out mid-flight. Glazed eyes. Looked very serious. No doctors on board. They tended to him, reclined him and revived him without panic…Then back to the inflight service…”

In a statement, a Ryanair spokeswoman wished the passenger well and a speedy recovery adding that staff go through a lot of training to be prepared for situations like that.