Looks more like an error or a gap on Flightradar24:
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This is what my Dikke van Dale says on page 631 (printed edition indeed):jan_olieslagers wrote: ↑14 Feb 2018, 11:37It's a bit of a difficulty that our Dutch vocabulary is so limited. English has a general term "emergency landing" with subclasses "forced landing" and "precautionary landing". For once (and only for this once!) I agree with nl.wikipedia.org: "noodlanding" should only be used for a forced landing - which this was obviously not. In this case, the generalist "emergency landing" has been (incorrectly, IMHO) translated by "noodlanding".
The presence of emergency vehicles does not mean anything: they are often activated as soon as there is the slightest indication of risk - sometimes exaggerated, perhaps, but correct on the long term: if uncertain, err on the safe side.
TV report on RTBF La Une, from 31:00 : https://www.rtbf.be/auvio/detail_jt-19h30?id=2312253Passenger wrote: ↑16 Feb 2018, 19:40Today's SN-1194 Grenoble-Brussels (Brussels Airlines OO-SNH A-320) was a "plaster flight" for Europ Assistance.
https://www.flightradar24.com/data/airc ... h#1072c6f9