Glasgow Jet2 flight diverted after mid-air technical fault
A flight to Tenerife was forced to land at Manchester airport after a problem was detected
A Jet2 flight heading for Tenerife was forced to divert to Manchester Airport due to a mid-air technical fault.
Flight LS155, a Boeing 737-8MG, took off from Glasgow Airport at around 8:55 on Sunday but was forced to turn around while flying over the Republic of Ireland.
The flight then landed safely in Manchester Airport, with fire crews waiting.
A spokeswoman for Jet2 confirmed the diversion was the result of a " minor technical fault."
The fault is believed to be linked to a water supply used to supply teas and coffees on the aircraft.
Passengers are expected to leave Manchester on a replacement flight on Sunday afternoon.