A plane from the Corsair company connecting Guadeloupe to Paris-Orly had to turn around and land urgently in Brest after a “technical problem”.
A Corsair airline flight from Paris-Orly airport to Pointe-à-Pitre turned around shortly after its departure and landed in Brest, due to a “technical problem”. we learned Thursday from the company.
Following a technical problem, the Orly / Pointe-à-Pitre flight on November 25 turned around. The plane was diverted to Brest.
According to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation, the aircraft was diverted following a smoke in the cabin. It was inspected by firefighters after landing as the smoke cleared.
On the specialized site Flightradar24, we can see the modified trajectory of the flight, which turns around shortly after passing the tip of Brittany.
Customers will be accommodated in hotels in Brest and will be notified individually by SMS
Corsair will reroute passengers with a new flight on Friday at 13:40.