Ryanair flight from Manchester makes emergency landing in France ‘with fire on board’
The Independent says A Ryanair flight from Manchester had to make an emergency landing in France after a fire reportedly broke out on board.
The flight FR4052 departed from Manchester Airport at 6.33pm on Monday and was scheduled to land in Faro, Portugal, at around 9.30pm.
But the journey was interrupted and the flight was forced to make an emergency landing at Brest in western France at around 7.21pm.
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