Ryanair CEO demands UK adopts European system to restarts British tourism
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The aircraft issued a squawk 7700 alert over Newcastle upon Tyne, according to Flightradar24. A squawk 7700 signal is reserved for emergency situations and sends a message to Air Traffic Control.
The RYR73DT flight was travelling from Berlin to Edinburgh Airport this morning.
The Boeing 737-8AS was scheduled to depart the German capital at 9.50am – but left the runway at 10.11am.
It had been scheduled to land in Scotland at 11.05am.
At this stage it is unknown why the emergency signal was triggered.
Express.co.uk has contacted Ryanair for comment.
This is a developing news story, more to follow.
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