EasyJet passengers stranded in Germany overnight after emergency landing due to unwell passenger

A planeload of easyJet passengers was stranded in Germany in a single day after their Scotland-bound flight was pressured to make an emergency touchdown.

Flight EZY6892 from Dalaman in Turkey to Glasgow departed at 10pm on 22 June and was attributable to contact down at 1am on 23 June.

However the service needed to divert to Frankfurt after a girl turned unwell onboard.

Passengers have been then caught on the airport in a single day after being deplaned simply after midnight.

One traveller described the expertise as “an entire nightmare”, after being forbidden from leaving the airport attributable to safety causes.

Izzy Mcfaull, 52, advised The Day by day Report: “They took us off the aircraft at midnight and it was chaos as a result of the airport was usually closed then. I had purchased my daughter a bottle of Gray Goose and the safety workers took it off me and binned it.

“No one from easyJet was there. Some individuals have been despatched emails however we have been advised to contact them by way of electronic mail. After seven hours they supplied us meals vouchers and put us on a shuttle bus to go to a different a part of the airport for meals.”

She added: “There have been babies and households on the flight and the state of affairs was dire at some factors. Some individuals have been asking to go exterior for recent air after we had been inside for hours however the safety workers mentioned no.”

Passengers have been placed on a flight residence the next morning.

An easyJet spokesperson advised The Unbiased: “EasyJet can affirm that flight EZY6892 from Dalaman to Glasgow final evening was required to divert to Frankfurt attributable to a passenger on board requiring pressing medical help and the passenger was met by medical providers on arrival in Frankfurt.

“Sadly because of the airport’s curfew, the flight needed to be delayed in a single day and departed this morning.

“Because of the curfew, passengers have been unable to exit the airport and whereas this was a matter of safety, we totally perceive the problem this can have brought about.  

“Our staff labored carefully with the airport to make sure passengers have been as snug as doable within the circumstances, offering free meals and refreshments from the plane upon disembarking and passengers have been additionally supplied with refreshment vouchers within the airport.

“We want to apologise once more to our passengers for his or her expertise and thank them for his or her understanding in these tough circumstances. The security and wellbeing of our passengers and crew is easyJet’s highest precedence.”

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