Jets on device Ryanair after alarm

Jets on device Ryanair after alarm

World October 10, 2017 20:19

london - British Air Force fighters have escorted a passenger plane from Ryanair to London Stansted Airport after an alert. The device was actually on the way from Kaunas in Lithuania to Luton Airport, 50 kilometers north of the British capital.

The device landed safely on the landing lane, after which the passengers could leave. Passengers are taken to Luton by bus. It is not yet clear why and by whom an alarm has been struck. A British newspaper spoke of a bomb alert. The police confirmed the incident, which, according to her, was not due to hijacking or terrorist action.

Stansted is the airport designated for reception of aircraft in case of an emergency or an emergency. After the alarm, the RAF from the base of Coningsby in East England sent Typhoon-jets into the air that came and escorted the plane.

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