Two fighter Jets were scrambled after a Ryanair flight was forced into an emergency landing at stansted Airport when a note found in toilets claimed there was a bomb on board.
Flight FR1902 was forced t make emergency landing after the sinister note found midway through a trip from Poland to Dublin.
The note reportedly warned that there were “explosives” on board the Boeing 737-800 two hours after taking off from krakow John Paul ll International Airport.
The plane was escorted to stansted by two 500mph Eurofighter Typhoon jets from Lincolnshire’s RAF coningsby.
passengers were evacuated in a secured part of the airport before specialists COPS searched for clues about the culprit.
The aircraft and passengers are being checked by the UK police who will decide when they may travel onwards to Dublin on a spare aircraft.
passengers in Dublin waiting to depart to Krakow are being transferred to a spare aircraft to minimize any delay to their flight.
“Ryanair apologizes sincerely over the UK at around 6:30pm this evening after declaring an emergency over the North Sea.”
An eyewitness said; “ The airport is covered with armed police and also around the aircraft lots and lots of fire engines and ambulances”.