A flight to Aberdeen has been forced to divert to Edinburgh this morning after it failed to land due to strong winds.
According to the Evening Express, the KLM flight from Amsterdam had been due to land in Aberdeen at 10.15am, but after a failed attempt at landing the decision was made to divert to Edinburgh.
The aircraft’s return trip to Amsterdam has now been scrapped.
A number of other flights have been cancelled in Aberdeen today.
A Flybe flight from Birmingham, due in Aberdeen at 10.25am was cancelled due to operational reasons.
And a flight from Cardiff via Newcastle due in at 11.35am has also been cancelled.
Three other Flybe flights, one from Manchester, a second from Humberside via Durham Tees, and a third from Southampton via Leeds Bradford have all been delayed as has a Loganair flight from Durham Tees.