Aer Lingus flight lands safely in Dublin Airport after reporting brake failure

By Sean Ryan

An Aer Lingus flight travelling from Spain has landed safely in Dublin Airport this evening after reporting brake failure earlier.

Flight EI583 which left Malaga in Spain at 1.46pm had requested priority landing for Dublin Airport after the captain noticed an abnormality with the brakes.

The flight with a number of package holidaymakers on board arrived safely in Dublin at 4.06pm and was given priority landing in Dublin Airport's main runway.

All passengers disembarked safely from the aircraft.

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