A Thomas Cook plane had to make an emergency landing at Glasgow, Scotland Thursday afternoon when the aircraft suffered a hydraulic issue.
Thomas Cook Flight 3219, a Boeing 757, took off from Heraklion, Greece at with 235 passengers aboard. The issue cropped up on descent to the Scottish airport.
The flight made a safe landing at 5:30 PM local time. The airport reported that a few other flights had to be diverted to Edinburgh as result of waiting.
A spokeswoman for Thomas Cook said: “We can confirm that our Glasgow-bound flight from Crete experienced a technical issue and as a precaution the airport ensured assistance was available on landing.
“Our passengers were kept up-to-date throughout and the aircraft landed normally and on schedule at Glasgow.”