Ryanair flight hits turbulence injuring 3 and forcing an emergency landing

An aircraft operated by Ryanair, the World’s most hated airline, was involved in an incident  last night in which two passengers and a steward received medical treatment for head injuries.

The flight encountered turbulence at 20.20 yesterday evening that led to the Treviso bound aircraft having to make an emergency landing at Bologna’s Marconi airport.

There were 170 people on board the flight. According to reports, the turbulence over the Tyrranian Sea caused ‘panic’ among them.

Some passengers were injured by falling baggage from the over-head compartments.

After a two-hour wait at Bologna, all passengers were transferred to Bologna on another flight.

We wonder what the outcome could have been if some of MOL’s insane revenue generating ideas had already been in place…

How about this?

“46 standing passengers on a Ryanair flight all had their necks broken as Stewardess struggles to control 737 in turbulence after the Captain, the only pilot on board, has stroke”.


2 thoughts on “Ryanair flight hits turbulence injuring 3 and forcing an emergency landing

  1. And I assume that the stewardess will have to pay a lot of money for the training that enables her to land the plane in an emergency.

  2. I have my concerns that Ryanair routinely fly into severe turbulence rather than “waste” fuel by seeking to avoid known zones of turbulence. This is one of the main reasons I avoid flying with them when I can, because I have experienced some really bumpy flights with them even when the weather has been pretty calm. I’d hate to be flying with them when the weather was really bad.

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