PIA performs emergency landing in Budapest

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A Pakistan International Airlines flight from Manchester to Islamabad performed an emergency landing at Budapest’s Liszt Ferenc International Airport after one of the passenger reported to be feeling sick, Hungarian online daily origo.hu said today.

The crew of the flight decided to perform an emergency landing in Budapest, and cancelled their route while flying over the border of Czech Republic and Slovakia, the online daily reports.

The plane landed in Budapest after 4:30 a.m. early this morning, and the passenger has been treated by the Airport Medical Service, origo.hu says. The aircraft took off after 8:00 a.m. this morning.


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