PARIS- Flag carrier of France, Air France (AF) flight Paris (CDG) to Bordeaux (BOD) using Airbus A319 has declared an Emergency. Further, the flight is on track to reach the BOD shortly.
The Air France flight AF7434 declared an emergency mid-flight. However, the reason for the emergency is not yet known. But we will keep you posted about it.
Air France Flight Declares Emergency
According to Flight Radar 24, the flight took off from Paris (CDG) at 10:50 AM UTC. After being airborne for almost 20 to 25 minutes, it declared an emergency midair.
The possible reason for the emergency may be due to medical reasons or technical snags. At the time of writing, the AF7434 flight is at 6,600 ft.
The aircraft involved in the incident is Air France Airbus A319-111, registered as F-GRXF. Further, it is more than 20 years aircraft, and AF took it back in 2003.
This is the developing story. Further, We will keep you posted; stay tuned.
UPDATE 1: The Air France Flight AF7434 landed safely at BOD at 11:46 AM UTC. The plane is taxing towards the terminal, and all passengers will be disembarked shortly.
United Boeing 777 Makes Emergency Landing Amid Smoke in Cockpit
Departing from LAX slightly behind schedule at 08:35 local time on Wednesday, June 21st, the flight is expected to reach HNL by 11:05.
However, approximately 30 minutes after takeoff, the crew reported smoke in both the cockpit and parts of the cabin, prompting immediate action.
In response to the captain’s distress call, the flight circled over Los Angeles briefly before landing only 45 minutes after departure.
The Los Angeles City Fire Department promptly met the aircraft on the apron to assist. Fortunately, there were no reported injuries among the 360 passengers and ten crew members.
United Airlines has made arrangements for a new flight to transport passengers to Honolulu. It was scheduled to depart at 16:15 on Wednesday and arrive at HNL after 19:00, according to Flightradar24.com data.
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