A plane conveying the Connacht rugby team has been compelled to make a crisis arrival in Belfast air terminal after a specialized issue with the air ship brought about ‘a full crisis’.
The Flybe flight from Birmingham left at 10.20am, as the group advanced back to Ireland following Saturday’s 24-24 Challenge Cup draw against Worcester.
However it was compelled to redirect from it’s way towards Knock and arrived in Belfast, with the airplane terminal representative issuing this announcement:
“Flybe flight on the way from Birmingham to Knock pronounced a full crisis and redirected to Belfast International because of a specialized issue,” read the announcement. “Full crisis methods were enacted and it landed securely. The travelers are being transported to Knock by transport.”dby.
Belfast contingency landing for Connacht rugby team plane
Image copyright Belfast International Airport Image caption Belfast International said which the plane landed significantly after detecting a crisis by its flapsAn aircraft toting Connacht rugby team was forced to make an contingency landing at Belfast International Airport on Sunday.
The Flybe plane was travelling from Birmingham to Knock Airport in province Mayo while it was forced to divert.
Belfast International said which the plane had a crisis by its flaps however landed significantly.
The rugby team were travelling back from a game versus Worcester on Saturday.
Connacht player, & Ireland rugby international Bundee Aki, tweeted which the players faced a 5-hour drive house after the diversion.
Connacht rugby team on flight diverted to Belfast International because of technical crisis
as informed in Connacht rugby team on flight diverted to Belfast International because of technical crisis BelfastTelegraph.co.Britain A flight from Birmingham to Knock in the west of Ireland has been diverted to Belfast International airport because of a technical issue.
A flight from Birmingham to Knock in the west of Ireland has been diverted to Belfast International airport because of a technical issue.
The flight departed from Birmingham at ten.20am, & it is understood the Connacht rugby team were on board.
Tweeting about the diversion, Connacht rugby player Bundee Aki approved they had landed in Belfast, adding: “Yay five hour bus drive.”
A spokeswoman for Belfast International said: “Flybe flight en route from Birmingham to Knock declared a complete contingency & diverted to Belfast International because of a technical crisis.
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