Corsair A330 Fort-de-France to Paris Declares Emergency

Corsair A330 Fort-de-France to Paris Declares Emergency
Dylan Agbagni (CC0) from Bordeaux, France, CC0, via Wikimedia Commons

In the last 15-20 minutes, a Corsair Airbus A330 operating a flight to Paris from Fort-de-France has made an emergency landing.

It is understood the flight made this declaration whilst on the descent into the French capital.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

SS925 – Fort-de-France to Paris…


Corsair A330 Fort-de-France to Paris Declares Emergency
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Corsair A330 Fort-de-France to Paris Declares Emergency
Olivier CABARET, CC BY 2.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Corsair flight SS925 is a routine scheduled flight between Fort-de-France and Paris Orly.

The affected rotation involved in the emergency was operated by F-HROK.

As per data from Planespotters.net, F-HROK is a 14.1 year old Airbus A330-300 that started out life with Aeroflot in April 2010.

By July 2020, it was handed over to Corsair and soon, it is expected to be handed over to Wamos Air.

Of the A330-300 variant, the French airline has three of them, of which all of them are in active service.

Furthermore, the average fleet age for the variant stands at 12.3 years.

Corsair flight SS925 departed Fort-de-France at 2001 local time last night and proceeded north-easterly to Paris Orly.

During it’s descent this morning, the aircraft declared an emergency and descended into Orly.

It is understood that the aircraft landed safely into Orly at 0926 local time this morning.

Reason is Unknown Currently…


Dylan Agbagni (CC0) from Bordeaux, France, CC0, via Wikimedia Commons

At this stage, it is unclear what the nature of the emergency was onboard Corsair flight SS926 between Fort-de-France & Paris Orly.

Information will no doubt be released about this in the coming hours from insiders or the airline itself.

As soon as we have information pertinent to this, then we will update the article accordingly.

For now, this remains a developing story pending any additional updates.

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