The Ryanair flight to Pharaoh made an emergency landing in France

The Ryanair flight to Pharaoh made an emergency landing in France

The Ryanair flight from Manchester, England to Faroe, made an emergency landing in France this Monday, following a fire on board.

The plane made an emergency landing after passengers reported a fire on the plane, according to posts on the social networking site Twitter.

“All the passengers were taken on a bus by the French police”, read one of the publications with pictures of the plane obtained by several firefighters.

The flight, which took off from Manchester at 6.33pm, was scheduled to arrive in the Faroe at 9.30pm, according to the FlightAware portal.

However, according to the same website, Flight a Sudden downloads It landed at 19.30pm in Brest, western France, from about 40,000 feet to 6,725 feet in seven minutes.

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