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Please see below for Ryanair’s statement regarding the Liverpool to Agadir flight FR4021 on Monday 4th January 2010.

Liverpool – Agadir turnback Monday 4th January 2010

Flight FR4021 (4th Jan) from Liverpool to Agadir returned to Liverpool shortly after take off as a precaution when a fire indicator light was activated.

The aircraft, in keeping with safety procedures, returned to Liverpool and landed normally whereupon all passengers were disembarked via the safety slides and transferred to the terminal by coach. 

Ryanair engineers have confirmed that there was no fire and a faulty indicator light is the suspected cause of this turnback.

In order to minimize the delay for passengers Ryanair has arranged a spare aircraft to carry them onwards to Agadir. Ryanair apologises for any inconvenience, but the safety of our passengers and crew will always be the no. 1 priority.

For Press Enquiries to Ryanair, please contact Murray Consulting on +353 149 80341. Please note that this number is for press enquiries only, and is not Ryanair’s general information telephone number.

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