A Ryanair plane bound for Dublin returns emergency to Tenerife South

A Ryanair company plane that took off this Friday afternoon from the Reina Sofía International Airport to Dublin had to return to the island shortly after detecting a technical problem.

At first, the flight was diverted to the Tenerife North airport, but finally it was decided to return to the south of the island, where it landed without any inconvenience.

The incident has not been serious and another company plane that will land in Tenerife South from Faro, in Portugal, will be in charge of covering the route initially planned by the aircraft.

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