Passengers shaken after 'touch and go' landing at Dublin Airport

Passengers shaken after 'touch and go' landing at Dublin Airport

Passengers on board an Aer Lingus flight were left shaken after a sudden 'touch-and-go' landing at Dublin Airport today.

According to travellers on the Manchester to Dublin flight EI209, it landed on the runway at 5:10pm, before suddenly taking off again at a 'steep angle'.

The flight landed a second time in Dublin Airport at approximately 5.30pm.

Aer Lingus responded to the incident, saying: "We apologise for any discomfort"

And a spokesperson for the Dublin Airport Authority said the 'go around' was due to the weather conditions.

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