Aer Lingus aircraft returns to Shannon (RT** News)

An Aer Lingus A330 aircraft en route to New York made a return to Shannon this afternoon after the pilot detected a difficulty with cabin pressure. The plane landed safely at around 5.30pm and technical examination was carried out.


Posted August 18, 2005

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