An Aberdeen aircraft has landed safely after it declared a state of emergency over the city, reports the Evening Express.
The flight, which originally left the Granite City at 9.53am, was due to fly to Sumburgh airport with an estimated arrival on Shetland at 10.50am
However, according to FlightRadar24, the aircraft circled over the airfield on the island before turning back to Aberdeen.
But it has now been confirmed that the plane landed safely shortly before 12.45pm.
An Aberdeen airport spokeswoman said: “The flight has turned back to Aberdeen (from Sumburgh) and we declared emergency protocol.”
The spokeswoman added: “All passengers have been disembarked and plane is being inspected.”
Two flights, one from Humberside and one from Frankfurt are holding off the coast of the city.