17/12/2014

Flight Diverted After Engine Fire

A Flybe flight from Glasgow to George Best Belfast City Airport was diverted to Belfast International after one of its engines caught fire.

An emergency was declared at the airport as the plane was diverted, with fire crews and ambulances sent to the runway.

It is understood that the plane was able to land.

None of the 76 passengers and four crew were injured.

(MH/JP)

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