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RAF jet forced to make emergency landing on Aberdeen Airport

Christian Fernsby |
RAF jet has been forced to make an emergency landing at Aberdeen Airport due to a "technical issue".

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Topics: ABERDEEN   

The Typhoon was on a training mission when the problem was discovered and it landed shortly before 13:00.

An RAF spokesman said the plane had been diverted to the "nearest suitable airfield" and the pilot was not injured.

Aberdeen Airport confirmed a "full emergency" response had taken place and that the aircraft had landed safely.


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