Flight Paris-Mumbai makes emergency landing in Iran

TEHRAN: A Line Airplane Flown By An Air France Subsidiary That Performed An Emergency Landing In Iran Stayed Earthly Several Hours On Wednesday Before Flying To Dubai, According To The Airline.

The Airbus A340 Flown By The Low Cost Airline Joon Was Going From Paris To Mumbai When It Landed In The City Of Isfahan, In The Center Of Iran.

Joon Said In A Statement That The Plane, Operating As Flight AF218, Landed For Caution Due To A Mishandling Of The Ventilation Circuit.

Iran's IRNA State News Agency Said Local Authorities Provided Services To Passengers. He Said That Everyone Was In Good Health.

Air France Said The Plane Was Reviewed By Local Maintenance Teams And Then Departed To Al Maktoun International Airport In Dubai, Where It Is Expected To Arrive Early Thursday.

Air France Said It Would Forward Passengers To Mumbai On Other Airlines As Soon As Possible.

In December, A Norwegian Air Boeing 737 Max Made An Emergency Landing In Iran While Flying From Dubai To Oslo.

The Passengers Could Leave The Next Day, But The Airplane Of The Norwegian Airline, Manufactured In The United States, Remained In Iran For Several Weeks Waiting For Repairs. Airline Cited Paperwork Related To Shipment Of Aircraft Parts To Iran Due To United States Sanctions Against Tehran Nuclear Program.