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IrelandDublin Airport flight forced to turn back one hour into journey

14:40  24 may  2019
14:40  24 may  2019 Source:   extra.ie

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Ethiopian Airlines ET500 from Dublin Airport to Washington has been forced to turn around mid-flight and return to the capital.

The plane was reportedly 50 minutes into its journey when something went wrong and the pilot took the decision to return to Dublin.

Over Mayo at the time of the circling back, the news spread on Twitter with one person claiming that they had heard that ‘fire and rescue have been told to expect a heavy landing’ in Dublin.

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The flight was almost two hours into its journey when the crew contacted controllers to advise them they needed to return to Dublin . The crew of the Airbus A333-300 jet confirmed they had an ill passenger on board and requested clearance to turn around. The airline has confirmed that the flight

Two flights have been forced to return to Dublin Airport . Earlier today, an Aer Lingus plane on a flight to Munich returned to the airport after a report of fumes in the cabin. Flight EI 352, with 148 passenger on board, left Dublin Airport at about 7.20am but turned back and landed at Dublin

Just before 8am, the flight was pictured coming into Dublin Airport and has since touched down safely.

Some people are already speculating with regard to the problem on the plane with one person suggesting that there was an issue with the auxiliary power unit.

We have contacted Ethiopian Airlines for a comment about the flight and more details should emerge in the coming hours.

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