Italian skies keep proving tricky for Irish low cost airline Ryanair.
After the recent legal troubles, yesterday a Ryanair plane arriving from Valencia, Spain, to the Bergamo airport near Milan was forced to make an emergency landing in Genoa due to a pressure problem.
The captain, pursuant to emergency protocols, activated the oxygen masks, sparking panic between the passengers.
Ryanair ‘sincerely’ apologized with the passengers, which were taken to Bergamo by bus.
On September, Ryanair was put under investigation by the Spanish and Irish aviation authorities after a string of similar accidents and accusations by trade unions to fly planes without enough fuel in order to keep costs low.