An Air France flight from Paris to Bordeaux has declared an emergency in the last few moments, whilst enroute.
Air France flight AF7434, an Airbus A319 registered F-GRXF, operating from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) to Bordeaux (BOD) has declared a general emergency, squawking 7700 as it passes abeam Limoges enroute to the destination.
The flight is currently in the Bordeaux Flight Information Region (FIR), and is approaching the destination on descent through 7,000 feet.
The nature of the emergency is as yet unknown, and flight AF7434 is expediting its approach into Bordeaux, with a straight-in approach to RWY23. The aircraft in question is Air France Airbus A319-111 registered F-GRXF, a 20 year old airframe.
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