French investigators are probing an incident involving a French Bee Airbus A350-900 during a go-around at Paris Orly.

The twinjet (F-HREV) had been conducting its approach to runway 25 on 4 February, following a service from San Francisco.

French investigation authority BEA states that the approach was aborted owing to windshear.

But during the missed approach procedure, it says, “deviations” were observed in both heading and altitude.

BEA adds that a low-speed alarm was triggered.

“The crew carried out a new approach and landed without further incident,” says the authority.

It has yet to elaborate on the contributing circumstances to the incident.

Cirium fleets data lists F-HREV as being leased from AerCap. The Rolls-Royce Trent XWB-powered aircraft was delivered to the airline, part of Groupe Debreuil, in March 2018.