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The Air Accident Investigation Unit (AAIU) of Ireland's Department of Transport has been notified and is investigating. Experts from the AAIU attended the plane after
it touched down in Dublin.
"Whenever you have any sort of medical issue on board, whether it's a doctor or appropriately qualified person, that's always appreciated," the spokeswoman said.
"The flight would have been operated as per procedures and safely even if the off-duty pilot had not been there," she added.