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 AUG 9, 2019

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Dozens of emergency services personnel are at the scene and passengers were not allowed to leave the tarmac

 

Passengers at Manchester Airport were “quarantined” on a Flybe plane for over an hour after a suspected medical incident on board.

 

A number of passengers on flight BE3122 from Paris took to social media while they were being held on the plane.

 

One photo taken from inside the aircraft showed a number of emergency services vehicles lined up on the tarmac close to the place.

 

Passengers on board claimed someone was “sick” on board and that passengers were quarantined on the flight while a response was coordinated.

 

A statement shared with the ECHO by Flybe said: “Flybe confirms that, as a precautionary measure on arrival in Manchester and following a passenger on the above flight falling sick, it has worked closely with the Public Health England to collect the full contact details from all 107 passengers on board.

 

“This would allow them to be fully traceable if, in what would be a very rare instance, they might need to be uniquely alerted by the authority at some point in the future.”

 

It is unclear at this point what happened on board the plane to prompt such a large scale response at the airport.

Aircraft underwent “deep clean” and will return to service

Flybe can confirm that all 106 passengers asked to remain on board the above flight upon arrival into Manchester this morning were given the all-clear to disembark without further restriction and have since done so.

The aircraft, following a deep clean, has also been given the all-clear by the authorities to return back into service as soon as this is completed.

 

Public Health England is aware of an individual who became ill with gastro-intestinal symptoms during a flight to Manchester. The individual was transported by ambulance to a nearby hospital for treatment.

We have undertaken a risk assessment and can confirm that any risk of infection to passengers is very low.

We have followed established multi-agency plans and procedures, which sometimes include collecting information from passengers as a precaution. All other passengers have gone on to continue their journeys.

 

 


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