Twice in a row
After last month’s hilarious hijack of an Egyptair flight that was diverted from Alexandria to Larnaca, the biggest airplanes in the world, the Airbus A380 operated by Emirates, also made an unexpected visit twice in a row.
Monday’s flight from Dubai to Manchester made an emergency landing after a passenger suffered a heart attack and was later taken to Larnaca hospital. Within 24 hours, a second Emirates A380, this time headed to Dusseldorf, also made an emergency landing on Tuesday, after a passenger felt unwell.
Airports operator Hermes posted on its Twitter account: “Twice in a row could be an omen! Looking forward to a future scheduled #A380 operation!”