Corsair A330neo Paris-Cotonou Declares Emergency

Corsair A330neo Paris-Cotonou Declares Emergency
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In the last few moments, a Corsair Airbus A330neo flying from Paris has declared an emergency during it’s descent to Cotonou.

F-HSKA is the aircraft in question operating this flight.

Follow below for live updates…

Live Emergency Updates: Corsair SS870 Paris-Cotonou…


Corsair A330neo Paris-Cotonou Declares Emergency
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1 month ago19/05/24

Welcome!

Welcome to the live coverage of this emergency incident.

Updates will follow in the next few minutes.

1 month ago19/05/24

Continuing to Cotonou…

Corsair A330neo Paris-Cotonou Declares Emergency

Corsair flight SS870 from Paris is continuing it’s descent into Cotonou, and is passing through 9,000 feet at present.

1 month ago19/05/24

About F-HSKA: The Aircraft From Paris…

As per Planespotters, F-HSKA (The aircraft operating the flight), is a 3.2 year old Airbus A330-900neo.

It was delivered to the French carrier back in April 2021.

Of the A330neo, the French airline has six of them in the fleet.

Furthermore, of that six, all but one are in active service, offering an average fleet age of 2.5 years.

1 month ago19/05/24

Approaching Base Leg…

Corsair A330neo Paris-Cotonou Declares Emergency

Corsair flight SS870 from Paris is approaching base leg for what will now be an emergency landing into Cotonou (COO).

The cause of this emergency is still unknown at present.

1 month ago19/05/24

On Finals…

SS870 is now on final approach into COO now. Emergency landing is moments away. It is also unclear whether emergency services will meet the aircraft or not.

1 month ago19/05/24

TOUCHDOWN!

TOUCHDOWN! Corsair flight SS870 from Paris Orly has appeared to have landed safely into Cotonou Airport following it’s emergency declaration on the descent.

As soon as we have more information pertinent to the cause, then we will update you accordingly.

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

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