An EasyJet flight travelling to Scotland was forced to make an emergency landing in Germany after a passenger onboard required ‘urgent medical assistance’.
Last night, flight EZY3314 from Krakow to Edinburgh had to divert as a passenger required urgent medical attention.
The airbus then made an emergency landing in Bremen Airport in Germany.
Flight EZY3314 from Krakow to Edinburgh had to make an emergency landing in Bremen Airport after a passenger required urgent medical attention
Paramedics then met the aircraft on arrival with the passenger being taken to hospital.
The flight then continued to Edinburgh.
An EasyJet spokesperson told MailOnline: ‘We can confirm that flight EZY3314 from Krakow to Edinburgh diverted to Bremen last night due to a passenger onboard requiring urgent medical assistance.
‘Paramedics met the aircraft on arrival where the passenger was transferred to hospital and the flight continued to Edinburgh.
‘The safety and wellbeing of our customers and crew is always easyJet’s highest priority.’
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