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Ireland Aer Lingus flight forced to return to Dublin after being struck by lightning

19:45  14 october  2019
19:45  14 october  2019 Source:   thejournal.ie

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A FLIGHT to Edinburgh was forced to return to Dublin this morning after the plane was struck by lightning . Aer Lingus flight EI3806 departed Dublin at 8.50 am this morning and was due to arrive at 10 am .

An Aer Lingus flight was forced to return to Dublin Airport this morning following a technical problem. 120 passengers were onboard the 6.40 am Dublin to London Heathrow flight when it had to return due to what is being described as 'a hydraulics problem'.

Ireland-bound Aer Lingus flight diverted © Press Association Ireland-bound Aer Lingus flight diverted A FLIGHT TO Edinburgh was cancelled this morning after first experiencing a technical difficulty shortly after takeoff only to be then struck by lighting after its second takeoff. 

Aer Lingus flight EI3806 departed Cork at 6:40am but was forced to land at Dublin airport shortly after due to a technical issue.  

It then departed Dublin airport at 8:50am and was due to arrive in Edinburgh at 10am but was struck by lighting and forced to return to Dublin. 

a large passenger jet flying through a cloudy blue sky © Steve Parsons PA Images It’s understood the plane reached St. Georges Channel east of Termonfeckin, Co Louth when it was struck.

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A transatlantic Aer Lingus jet was forced to make a dramatic U-turn just 15 minutes into the flight after “significant damage” was discovered by airport staff. The flight , heading from Dublin Airport to Miami, was forced to return within minutes of taking off after the pilot was told runway lights had

The terrifying incident, which just occurred in the last few minutes, happened on flight EI115 from Dublin Airport to Philadelphia. © Provided by Reach Publishing Services Limited The flight has been forced into making an emergency landing (Picture: Airport Webcams).

The flight was rescheduled to leave at 10.35am but was later cancelled. 

A spokesperson for Stobart Air – which operates the Aer Lingus regional route – confirmed the incident and said that all passengers “were offered the next available flight from Dublin to Edinburgh.

“We apologise for the inconvenience caused to our passengers,” they said. 

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