Ryanair Jet Makes Emergency Descent to Genoa, Italy, 2 Injured

Ryanair Boeing 737-800

Ryanair 737-800

A Ryanair flight en route to Milan from Valencia made an emergency diversion to Genoa, Italy when the jet lost cabin pressure.

Ryanair Flight 4632, a Boeing 737-800 with 98 passengers and crew, received a pressure loss warning and descended altitude and deployed oxygen masks.

‘Upon landing at Cristoforo Colombo airport in Genoa – around 90 miles from their intended destination – most passengers were transferred by bus to Milan. The two women were later released from hospital.

“In line with standard operational procedure, the pilot deployed the oxygen masks and began an emergency supervised descent to a non-pressurised altitude before landing normally in Genoa at 9.50am,” a statement from Ryanair said.’

The plane has been taken out of service for inspection.

The 2 injured are expected to be ok.


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