Another US Airways flight was forces to make an emergency landing after the crew members became sick for the second time in two weeks.

Flight 715 had left from Venice, Italy and was heading to Philadelphia when it was forced to divert to Ireland on Monday because five flight attendants and one passenger were having medical issues, the airline said according to CNN.

The plane, an Airbus A330-200 was carrying 238 passengers and 12 crew members when the incident occurred. US Airways said that it was putting passengers on other flights to continue on to Philadelphia. It is not clear what the specific medical issues that affected the flight attendants and passengers were or what caused them.

This incident comes just nine days after another US Airways flight along the same route was forced to divert to the same airport in Ireland.

In an incident on May 10, another US Airways flight from Venice to Philadelphia was diverted to Dublin Airport after nine flight attendants became sick. The crew members on that flight had symptoms that includes nausea, watery eyes and dizziness, according to health officials in Ireland.

After the crew became sick, the pilots were forced to switch direction over the Atlantic Ocean and make an unscheduled landing in Ireland. No passengers were affected on that flight.

All of the flight attendants from Monday's were evaluated by medical experts and were then able to return to Philadelphia.

According to the Daily Mail, the airline released a statement about the incident, saying "US Airways flight 715 from Venice to Philadelphia diverted to Dublin because several of our flight attendants reported medical issues. Medical professionals are evaluating our flight attendants and we are re-accommodating our customers on other flights to Philadelphia."