Helsinki to Paris Finnair flight squawks 7600 emergency and forced to return to Finland

Helsinki to Paris Finnair flight squawks 7600 emergency and forced to return to Finland. Image: Valokuva24/

THE Finnair AY1575 flight from Helsinki Finland to France’s capital Paris squawked 7600 (radio failure) and returned to Helsinki.

Philip Ingram MBE tweeted on Wednesday, September 14 that the ‘Helsinki to Paris flight had declared a lost comms emergency and is returning to Helsinki’.

Flight tracking site noted that the flight has been diverted.

The Finnair AY 1575 Helsinki to Paris is likely to suffer a significant delay.

Geopolitical analysis Philip Ingram MBE recently highlighted another flight that had to be diverted due to another squawk.

A Ryanair flight from Spain’s Jerez Airport to London Stansted in the UK on Monday, July 11, had to be diverted.

He said at the time: “Looks like Ryan Air Flight to Stanstead has declared an emergency and is diverting to Bordeaux.”

It was later revealed that there was a medical emergency onboard the flight.

Although no official comment was made by Ryanair regarding the incident on the Jerez-Stansted flight, one Twitter user thanked the flight’s staff for taking care of the person who suffered the ‘medical emergency’.

“Kudos to the @Ryanair cabin crew and fellow passengers on today’s flight from Jerez to Stansted for looking after the gentleman with a medical emergency…wishing him a speedy recovery #teamwork,” wrote Pauline Frear at the time.

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Matthew Roscoe

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