The flight, which had left from Paris to Detroit, met by the staff of the emergency services at the landing early in the DTW.
A Delta Air Lines aircraft to fly to Detroit from paris Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris asked for an emergency landing on Friday due to a sick flight attendant, Delta has confirmed.
“Delta Flight 97 from CDG to DTW declared a medical emergency approximately 45 minutes of arrival, due to a sick flight attendant. The plane was met by the airport paramedics and a member of the crew was taken to the hospital for further evaluation.”
AER LINGUS PLANE, DRAGGED BY THE AIRPORT EMPLOYEES, TURN IMMEDIATELY INTO A CONCRETE POLE
The flight landed at approximately 12:31 p.m. local time, according to flight-tracking service quoted in the Detroit Free Press. The aircraft was originally scheduled to arrive in Detroit at 12:51 pm
Squawk 7700: Delta flight #DL97 from Paris to Detroit has declared an emergency inbound to DTW https://t.co/jUAjgxxLTL pic.twitter.com/1SoanlPBXc
— International Travel News (@FlightIntl) 25 May 2018
The plane was carrying 182 passengers and 12 crew members. There are no reports of extra passengers or crew become sick.