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Aer Lingus flight bound for USA forced to return to Dublin after suffering undercarriage issue

Dublin Live logo Dublin Live 14/02/2018 Stephen McDermott

Aer Lingus planes. © Catalyst Images Aer Lingus planes. An Aer Lingus flight bound for the USA has been forced to return to Dublin after suffering a mechanical issue on board.

The incident, which is affecting flight EI125 to Chicago, happened shortly after the flight took off from Dublin Airport at 2pm.

However, as the flight made its way up the Irish coast, the plane was reported to have suffered an undercarriage issue and was forced to return to Dublin Airport.

The plane returned to Dublin at around 3.30pm.

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