Disturbances: Twelve injured on board the Doha-Dublin flight

Comment on the photo, Emergency services received the plane at Dublin Airport on Sunday

12 people were injured due to turbulence on a flight from Doha to Dublin.

Dublin Airport’s operator, DAA, said the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner encountered turbulence while flying over Türkiye.

Upon landing shortly before 1:00 p.m. local time, Qatar Airways flight QR017 was met by emergency services including airport police, ambulances and fire officers.

Six passengers and six crew members reported injuries, eight of whom were taken to hospital.

A DAA spokesperson said: “The Dublin Airport team continues to provide full assistance on the ground to passengers and airline staff.”

The Civil Aviation Administration added that operations at the airport were not affected, and the return flight was scheduled to operate as usual this afternoon, “but with a delay.”

The National Ambulance Service said it had been alerted in advance to attend the airport and was “currently on site to facilitate and support the disembarkation of passengers”.

Comment on the photo, The plane landed at Dublin Airport on Sunday afternoon

Qatar Airways told BBC News NI in a statement: “A small number of passengers and crew members suffered minor injuries during the flight and are now receiving medical care.”

She added: “The matter is now subject to an internal investigation.”

More than 100 people were injured, 20 of whom are in intensive care due to spinal injuries.

The Singapore government promised a comprehensive investigation.

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