easyJet Flight from Lisbon to London Declares Emergency

easyJet Flight from Lisbon to London Declares Emergency
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An easyJet (U2/EJU) Airbus A321neo operating a flight between Lisbon and London Gatwick declared an emergency in the last few moments.

The aircraft made a diversion to Nantes in France following the emergency.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

The Affected Flight from Lisbon to London…


easyJet Flight from Lisbon to London Declares Emergency
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easyJet flight U28512 is a routine scheduled flight between Lisbon and London Gatwick.

The affected rotation involved in this emergency is OE-ISD.

As per data from Planespotters.net, OE-ISD is a 4.1 year old Airbus A321neo aircraft.

Of the A321neo variant, the European subsidiary to the airline in orange has five of them in the fleet.

easyJet flight U28512 departed Lisbon at 1553 local time this afternoon and proceeded to London Gatwick.

Over the sea to the west of France, the aircraft declared an emergency and deviated east to Nantes.

U28512 landed into Nantes successfully at 1739 UK time.

2nd Incident in One Week…


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For easyJet, this is the second emergency they have had this week so far.

As well as today’s incident on the Lisbon-London flight, another flight from Madeira-Gatwick did the same.

This incident happened on February 26 in the late hours of the evening during descent into destination.

On that particular emergency, it was due to smoke in the cabin.

What Was The Reason for Today’s 7700?


As per @FlightEmergency on X, the reason for today’s emergency is due to a medical emergency onboard.

The nature of this medical can vary and is hard to determine usually, for the correct reasons.

easyJet flight U28512 will no doubt continue on to London from Lisbon via Nantes tonight.

There will be a delay to the arrival due to the need to offload the affected passenger off the airplane.

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

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