Wizz Air A320 enroute to Macedonia declares emergency

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WizzAir Flight W61582 has declared a general emergency over Croatia and is currently making an unscheduled diversion.

Wizz Air Flight W61582 operated by an Airbus A320-200 registered HA-LWR was operating a scheduled passenger flight from Dortmund (DTM) to Ohrid (OHD) Macedonia.

The aircraft has declared a general emergency, squawking 7700 passing over Croatia and its southern border with Bosnia, and its presently executing the unscheduled diversion.

The cause of the emergency is as yet unknown.

Flight W61582 is currently in the Milano Flight Information Region (FIR) and is on descent passing through 10,000 feet.

Wizz Air Flight W61582 now on an approach into Venezia/Tessera Marco Polo Airport (VCE) passing 2,000 feet.

Image Credits: RadarBox

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