Bomb threat aboard a RYANAIR plane. The aircraft was escorted by 2 RAF Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft. (Video)
Tonight, flight FR1902 (Krakow - Dublin) had to make an emergency landing at London Stansted. A notification was found in the plane's toilet that there was a bomb in the plane.
The pilots notified the authorities, and 2 RAF Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft accompanied the plane until landing on the runway of London Stansted Airport.
Bomb threat aboard a RYANAIR plane
According to a RYANAIR spokesman, the aircraft was parked away from the terminal and the passengers were disembarked safely. The landing went smoothly. The British police checked all the passengers, and they will be able to continue their journey to their final destination with a spare aircraft.
Dublin passengers, scheduled for the return flight, will be boarded in a spare aircraft to minimize the delay as much as possible.
The aircraft, on the troubled flight FR1902 (Krakow - Dublin), was a Boeing 737-800 SP-RSQ Ryanair Sun (Buzz). It remained on the ground for verification.
The case is being investigated by Essex police.