FOUR passengers collapsed on a Ryanair "flight from hell" including one teenager who was given CPR by staff, it has been claimed.
Holidaymakers returning to Edinburgh from Budapest had to be given oxygen masks after they started falling ill and fainting in their seats.
Shaun Pinkerton, 27, was one of those who collapsed on the flight which took off from the Hungarian capital last Friday at 9.50pm.
He told Sun Online: "I was knocked out and needed an oxygen mask.
"There was something seriously wrong with that flight."
The garage manager, from Edinburgh, claims two other passengers - one aged 17 - needed CPR after collapsing.
Cabin crew had to wheel out oxygen tanks to help the stricken tourists - located at the front and centre of the plane, Shaun says.
The Scotsman claims a smoke alarm in the cockpit was ringing when they boarded the plane requiring three engineers to come aboard and investigate.
He said: "They eventually said 'we'll turn the smoke alarm off and just get on with it.'
"But everyone was already in a panic, thinking 'why are you just leaving it and why was it going off in the first place."
Despite passengers collapsing and needing medical attention, the flight wasn't diverted to another airport.
Ryanair says there were no technical faults with the plane and the medical issues passengers suffered were not linked.
Shaun, who had just enjoyed a four-day break with pals, said: "We got up in the sky and about an hour in the first person collapsed. She was only 17 and needed CPR.
"Then the second person went down, then me, and then a fourth.
"There were people standing in aisles giving CPR and they had huge oxygen tanks out.
"I was knocked out and needed an oxygen mask. Then I went into shock and was total shaking."
Shaun, who has placed a formal complaint with the budget airline, said the ordeal has left him terrified to fly again.
He added: "I'm a young guy, I fly all the time and I'm always fine. There was something seriously wrong with that flight, folk were worrying there wasn't enough oxygen.
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"I don't know why they didn't divert the plane to land sooner.
"Everyone was panicking and we still don't really know what happened.
"It makes you not want to fly again. It was the flight from hell.
It was like something out of a movie."
Ryanair has been approached for comment.
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