An Aer Lingus Plane Had To Make An Emergency Landing In Dublin Airport After Smoke Entered Its Cabin

The plane was bound for Munich this morning


An Aer Lingus plane, which was flying from Dublin to Munich this morning, had to turn around after smoke was reported to have entered its cabin.

Having departed Dublin Airport around 7.20am this morning, flight EI 352 turned back and landed at Dublin around 8am after reports of visible fumes inside the plane. There were 148 passengers on board.

When the aircraft landed, emergency services were already on the scene, though there were no flames visible to passengers.

Take a look at some tweets from those at the scene.

Aer Lingus Told RTÉ that passengers would be given another flight for the inconvenience caused.

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