Emergency as United Kingdom flight diverted after cabin crew lose consciousness

American Airlines flight diverted reportedly due to 'spillage of cleaning fluid'

American Airlines flight diverted reportedly due to 'spillage of cleaning fluid'

Airport Webcams tweeted that American Flight 729, which was intended for Philadelphia, was diverted to Dublin after a pilot advised about a "spillage of cleaning fluid".

The captain radioed air traffic control to request a reroute after number of passengers suffered burning eyes and itchy skin.

An American Airlines flight from London to Philadelphia has been diverted to Dublin following reports of a "chemical spill" on board.

"It was spilled and for some reason the container itself was left behind in the aircraft in one of the lavatories and it continues to seep into the carpeting", he said.

"There aren't even chairs, we're not allowed to leave this area where we're penned in like cattle, and we've not been fed by the likes of you since boarding four plus hours ago", one man wrote on Twitter, including a photo of people mostly standing around with luggage.

An American Airlines flight from London has been diverted due to a "spillage of cleaning fluid", according to a tweet Monday.

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A passenger plane flying from London to the USA was forced to make an emergency landing in Dublin after noxious fumes left two crew members temporarily unconscious.

"The aircraft landed safely at approximately 13.20". I am told it is not a toxic substance. He said he thought they were conscious at that point but that there were other complaints about burning eyes, running noses and skin issues.

"Medical personnel have met the aircraft to evaluate any crew members or passengers who may need additional assistance", the airline spokesperson told CNN.

The spokesman says the two crew members who became ill were treated and released.

"The flight landed safely in Dublin at 1:15 p.m. local time, and taxied to the gate. As per the airport's standard operating procedures, there was a full turn out of Dublin Airport's emergency fire services for the landing". "All have since been released".

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