German Airways Flight to Ljubljana: Emergency in Braunschweig

German Airways Flight to Ljubljana: Emergency in Braunschweig
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Earlier today, a German Airways flight bound for Ljubljana declared an emergency and u-turned back to Braunschweig minutes after departure.

Details are limited surrounding the emergency, but there are a few things we know so far.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

GER336 – Braunschweig-Ljubljana…

German Airways Flight to Ljubljana: Emergency in Braunschweig
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German Airways Flight to Ljubljana: Emergency in Braunschweig
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German Airways flight GER336 is a scheduled flight between Braunschweig and Ljubljana.

The affected rotation involved in the emergency was operated by D-AGMP.

As per data from, D-AGMP is a 14.4 year old Embraer E190 that was delivered to Azul first back in November 2009.

It remained with the Brazilian carrier until being handed over to Nordic Aviation Capital in February 2022.

By April of that same year, German Airways had acquired the aircraft, where it has been since.

Furthermore, of the E190 variant, the airline has seven of them, of which five are in active service and two are parked.

Average fleet age for the airline is 16.2 years.

German Airways flight GER336 initially departed Braunschweig for Ljubljana at 1418 local time this afternoon.

Then, moments after departure, an emergency was declared, prompting an immediate u-turn back to the airport.

Furthermore, by around 1439 local time, the aircraft was back on the ground in Braunschweig without incident.

Continued on to LJU Afterwards…

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At this stage, it is unclear what the cause of the emergency was onboard German Airways flight GER336 between Braunschweig and Ljubljana.

Furthermore, what we do know is that around 1509 local time, the aircraft took off again bound for it’s destination.

Data from RadarBox shows that the aircraft eventually landed into it’s intended destination at 1623 local time.

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

For now, this remains a developing story.

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