Aer Lingus flight from Dublin to Milan declares emergency and lands in London 3 weeks ago

Aer Lingus flight from Dublin to Milan declares emergency and lands in London

The flight left Dublin on Thursday morning...

An Aer Lingus flight from Dublin to Milan diverted to London Gatwick on Thursday morning after an emergency was declared on-board.

A spokesperson from Aer Lingus confirmed to JOE that a medical emergency was declared on-board the flight and the plane landed safely at Gatwick airport.

The passenger was taken from the aircraft at London Gatwick to receive the necessary medical attention.

The aircraft will continue its flight to Milan Linate where it is scheduled to arrive this afternoon.

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Aer Lingus said that they don't expect any knock-on effects to their schedule.

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