Jet2 flight forced into an emergency landing at Manchester Airport after leaving Edinburgh for Mallorca
Flight data showed the Boeing 737-800 declared the emergency at 7.04am on Wednesday morning.
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A flight was forced into an emergency landing at Manchester Airport on Wednesday morning.
Flight data from www.aviationsourcenews.com shows that a Jet2 plane destined for Mallorca left Edinburgh Airport on Wednesday morning at 6.42am before declaring the emergency at 7.04am. It then proceeded to make a safe landing in Manchester.
The nature of the emergency is not clear but the flight had been in the air for 22 minutes and was flying over northern England when the alarm was raised on the 18-year old Boeing 737-800.