An Aer Lingus flight was forced to divert to Dublin Airport soon after take-off earlier today.
The Cork to Faro flight divert to Dublin, declaring PAN with hydraulic issue after turning back over the Celtic Sea.
. #AerLingus flit #EI896 from @CorkAirport to Faro is diverting to #DublinAirport Will stop on B6 for inspection by Fire service #avgeek pic.twitter.com/paY1XasSuT— Michael Kelly (@Michaelkelly707) July 26, 2017
The flight, which had left Cork at 10.45am, landed safely at Dublin Airport at 12.15pm. Emergency services were in attendance as a precautionary measure.
Aer Lingus then changed the aircraft in Dublin.
The flight was due to arrive in Faro at at 1.25pm and is now expected to at 5.30pm local time.