Ryanair Scare - Valencia, Costa Blanca News

OXYGEN MASKS were released to 93 passengers as a Ryanair flight made an emergency landing.

The Valencia- Bergome (Italy) flight had to put down at Genoa after it was affected by depressurisation.

The captain followed standard procedures, said a Ryanair communiqué, immediately taking the aircraft down to an altitude not requiring pressurisation.

Two people who were slightly injured as the plane landed were taken to a Genoa hospital.

“Passengers were taken by coach to Milan,” continued the statement, “and Ryanair engineers inspected the aircraft before it was returned to service.”

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