Air Arabia Flight Dhaka-Sharjah Declares Emergency

In the last few moments, an Air Arabia flight between Dhaka and Sharjah has declared an emergency.
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In the last few moments, an Air Arabia flight between Dhaka and Sharjah has declared an emergency.

4R-EXR is the aircraft operating this flight.

Follow below for live updates.

Emergency: Air Arabia Flight G9515 Dhaka-Sharjah…


In the last few moments, an Air Arabia flight between Dhaka and Sharjah has declared an emergency.
Data provided by RadarBox.com.
6 days 18 hr ago11/06/24

Welcome!

Welcome to our live coverage! Updates will follow in the next few moments.

6 days 18 hr ago11/06/24

Tracking East – Back to Dhaka?

G9515 has made a u-turn and is now tracking east, potentially back to Dhaka.

6 days 18 hr ago11/06/24

Air Arabia Dhaka-Sharjah Operated by 4R-EXR: About The Emergency Aircraft…

4R-EXR is the aircraft operating Air Arabia flight G9515 between Dhaka and Sharjah.

As per Planespotters, 4R-EXR is a 17.0 year old Airbus A320 that started out life with Air Deccan in July 2007.

By December 2008, it was returned to lessor GECAS, before being sent to Nile Air in July 2009.

From there, the aircraft was handed over to FitsAir in June 2022, which is operating the flight for Air Arabia.

6 days 18 hr ago11/06/24

ADS-B Begins To Tell A Story…

ADS-B data shows that the aircraft dropped from FL190 to FL100 in around five minutes, so a normal descent rate of 1,800 feet per minute.

6 days 18 hr ago11/06/24

Cause Still Unclear…

At this stage, the nature of the emergency is unclear, with G9515 expected to return to Dhaka, unless the situation gets worse onboard.

6 days 18 hr ago11/06/24

Squawk Code Changed From Emergency But Still Diverting…

G9515 has changed it’s squawk code from 7700 to 4702, indicating the emergency is under control.

We will continue to monitor this flight until it lands.

6 days 17 hr ago11/06/24

About to Land…

Air Arabia flight G9515, originally bound for Sharjah, is nearing it’s departure field of Dhaka, after an hour and 45 minutes in the air.

6 days 17 hr ago11/06/24

TOUCHDOWN!

TOUCHDOWN! G9515 has appeared to have touched down safely into DAC following it’s emergency broadcast.

As soon as we get the official cause to the emergency, then we will update you accordingly.

For now, this remains a developing statement pending additional updates.

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