Ryanair flight Malaga to Gothenburg declares emergency

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A Ryanair scheduled flight from Malaga, Spain to Gothenburg, Sweden has declared an emergency in the last few moments whilst enroute, and is currently diverting.

Ryanair flight FR2524 Malaga – Gothenburg

Ryanair flight FR2524, a Boeing 737 operating from Malaga (AGP) to Gothenburg (GOT) declared an emergency with squawk code 7700 whilst transiting French airspace enroute.

The flight is currently executing a diversion to Beauvais/Tille (BVA).

Flight track of Ryanair flight FR2524 from Malaga to Gothenburg.
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Diversion to Paris Beauvais (BVA)

Flight FR2524 initially declared the emergency in the cruise whilst in transit over France. The aircraft is now on descent through 7,000 feet on a diversion.

The nature of the general emergency is not know at this point.

Source: RadarBox.com

Data for this morning’s flight shows that FR2524 made an on-time departure out of Malaga earlier today. Actual departure time for the service was 07:00 local time (05:00 UTC) against a scheduled depart time of 06:45 local time.

The flight established itself on track for Gothenburg Landvetter Airport (GOT), Sweden, climbing to cruising altitude of FL360 (36,000 feet) before subsequently declaring an emergency with transponder code 7700 at approximately 06:38 UTC.

Source: RadarBox.com

Update 07:00 UTC

The flight is now landed and clear Paris Beauvais Tille Airport (BVA), having touched down just before 07:00 UTC this morning.

The aircraft involved in today’s service was a Boeing 737 MAX 8 registered EI-HGF; a 3-year old narrowbody aircraft belonging to the carrier Ryanair.

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