Sundair A320 at Dresden on May 23rd 2021, hydraulic problem
Last Update: May 24, 2021 / 21:38:30 GMT/Zulu time
Dresden Airport reported the aircraft returned to Dresden in the morning due to a technical defect. The airport immediately requested THW Kamenz (technical relief organisation Kamenz, part of the town) to assist that passengers didn't go hungry and to supply them with food and drinks. The passengers were able to depart later in the evening.
A replacement A320-200 registration D-ASMR reached Rhodes with a delay of about 14 hours.
The occurrence aircraft returned to service about 23 hours after landing back.
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