A plane belonging to the company Malev, flying on the Budapest-Bucharest route, had to make a u-turn and an emergency landing, yesterday, on the “Liszt Ferenc” international airport in the Hungarian capital, Mediafax reports, quoting the Hungarian airport authorities. According to the airport’s PR director, Mihaly Hardy, the crew announced they were facing pressurising problems and, in keeping with protocol, they had to make a landing. The plane, which had 30 passengers aboard, landed without any problems, at 8.24am, local time (9.24, Romanian time).
The aircraft was subjected to a comprehensive technical check. According to the same source, a Bucharest-bound Blue Air plane, with 105 passengers aboard, was prevented from taking off from the Parisian airport Beauvais-Tillé, after a security agent found, on the runway, fragments from the brake system. The incident occurred on Tuesday, 9.40pm, local time (10.40, Romanian time), and the passengers were disembarked and led to the Roissy airport, to board another plane.