BERLIN: A Ryanair flight made an emergency landing at Frankfurt after a surprising lack of cabin strain which sent 30 passengers to sanatorium, police and the Irish airline said on Saturday.
The Friday night flight from Dublin to Zadar in Croatia turned into carrying 189 passengers while oxygen mask dropped down.
“The passengers complained of headaches and earaches and felt sick,” a police spokesman advised the Germany press employer DPA.
In a announcement quoted by DPA, the low-cost Irish provider stated the plane had suffered a surprising lack of cabin pressure, prompting the deployment of oxygen mask with the aircraft going right into a managed descent to Frankfurt-Hahn airport.
A few 30 humans were taken to sanatorium and all had been released at some point of the morning after a take a look at-up, airport officers said.
The passengers had been because of hold their adventure to Croatia aboard a second Ryanair aircraft, they stated.