In the last few moments, an Air France Airbus A318 from Marseille has declared an emergency whilst on it’s final approach to Paris Orly.
Air France Flight Marseille-Paris Declares Emergency…
Air France flight AF6015 is a routine scheduled flight between Marseille and Paris Orly, with the affected rotation being operated by F-GUGR.
As per data from Planespotters.net, F-GUGR is a 17 year old Airbus A318 that was delivered to the French carrier back in February 2007.
Of the A318 variant, the French carrier has six of them in the fleet, of which four are in service and two are currently parked, offering an average fleet age of 17.3 years.
Air France flight AF6015 departed Marseille at 1933 local time tonight and proceeded northbound in the direction of Paris.
The initial descent into Orly was normal, but the crew onboard declared an emergency when they were on the base-to-final stage of the overall approach.
AF6015 landed safely into Orly at 2041 local time, with there being no indication into the reason for the emergency.
Therefore, this remains a developing story. As soon as we know the cause of the emergency, then we will update the article accordingly with relevant timestamps to keep you up to date with all things emergencies, accidents & incidents.
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