Happy ending after Malaga flight fright

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EMERGENCY protocols had to be activated this morning (April 27) at Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport as a Ryanair flight from Stansted reported a brake error.

Aena airport authorities declared that the pilot of the flight, which was due to land at the Costa airport at 11.20am, informed controllers over the radio of possibly faulty brakes, leading two firefighting teams to be deployed next to the runway.

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Technical experts later informed that the problem was found in a part called the flap, meaning the aircraft landed at a higher than normal speed and required a longer stretch of runway to break, but the landing was carried out without further consequences.


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