Ryanair passengers safe after emergency landing

25th June, 2015

Around 168 passengers have safely left a Ryanair aircraft flying from Oslo Rygge after the plane made an emergency landing at Modlin airport in Poland.

"Captain requested an emergency landing," a spokeswoman for the airport said, declining to give further details.

Polish police deployed explosive experts after receiving information about a potential threat on the plane. A Warsaw police spokesman said the plane was checked but no explosives were found.

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