A Ryanair plane made an emergency landing at the airport of the German city of Frankfurt Hahn after passengers began to complain of headaches and nausea, said on Saturday, July 14 Корреспондент.net with reference to Deutsche Welle.
Ryanair said in a statement, "This flight from Dublin to Zadar (13 July) diverted to Frankfurt Hahn due to an inflight depressurization".
The passengers were due to continue their journey to Croatia aboard a second Ryanair plane, they said. The airline said oxygen masks were deployed and the crew carried out a "controlled descent".
Depressurisation led to the emergency landing, just after 9pm on Friday.
"The oxygen masks just fell down in front of us - we were given no context, there was no announcement", said Brownlee. The uninjured had some cause to complain, however, as German authorities struggled to find accommodation for them, meaning an uncomfortable night's sleep on "military style camp beds" with no blankets.
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It is reported 33 people have since been taken to hospital with some allegedly suffering "burst ear drums" and "bleeding from the ears".
Ryanair is Europe's largest airline by passenger numbers, according to the International Air Transport Association.
Some of the passengers were given accommodations and rescheduled to fly Saturday morning.
She added around 30 people who suffered nose and ear bleeds and headaches, including her Croatian boyfriend, were taken to hospital.
"Customers boarded a replacement aircraft which departed to Zadar this morning and Ryanair sincerely apologised for any inconvenience".