Easyjet flight to Scotland forced to make emergency landing in Germany

A plane traveling to Scotland had to make an emergency landing in Germany.

The EasyJet flight triggered a 7700 alert en route from Krakow to Edinburgh.

A 7700 squeaked while flying over Germany


A 7700 squeaked while flying over GermanyPhoto credit: Getty

The Airbus then had to make an emergency landing at Bremen Airport in Germany.

It is not known why the aircraft had to divert, but it is believed the flight landed safely.

Concerned flight watchers took to Twitter after noticing the screeching and claimed the plane was descending quickly.

They wrote: “EasyJet operated flight EZY87RT from Krakow to Edinburgh, Scotland has declared a state of emergency.

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“I hope everything is fine.

“Landed in Bremen, Germany.

“It was a scary moment.

“The descent was so scary.”

Another user said: “I couldn’t breathe calmly until I saw it switch to rolling so it was under control.”

“Hopefully everyone on board is doing well.”

EasyJet has been contacted for comment.

Further information will follow.

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Edmuns DeMars

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