An Air Transat flight between London Gatwick and Toronto has landed in Dublin in the last few moments following a medical emergency onboard.
Air Transat Flight London-Toronto Medical Emergency in Dublin…
Air Transat flight TS123 is a routine scheduled flight between London Gatwick and Toronto, with the affected rotation that diverted to Dublin being operated by C-GOIW.
As per data from Planespotters.net, C-GOIW is a 2.8 year old Airbus A321neo that was delivered to the carrier back in June 2021.
Of the A321neo variant, the Canadian airline has 15 of them in the fleet, of which 12 are in active service and three are currently parked, offering an average fleet age of 2.6 years.
Air Transat flight TS123 departed London Gatwick at 1216 local time this afternoon and proceeded westbound in the direction of Toronto.
Upon reaching the Atlantic crossing, the aircraft made a u-turn and headed north-east in the direction of Dublin where the aircraft landed safely in the presence of emergency crews.
As per @Shauns_Aviation on X, it is understood that there was a medical emergency onboard the Airbus A321neo originally bound for Toronto from London.
Emergency crews were on standby due to the aircraft landing into the Irish airport with a heavy payload onboard due to the severity of the medical emergency.
We will not be disclosing any information pertinent to the details of the medical, but it is expected that Air Transat flight TS123 will continue to the Canadian destination in due course.
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