The German national football team’s flight made an emergency landing at Edinburgh Airport this morning.
According to FlightRadar, the squad’s constitution jet declared an emergency mid-air.
It was heading from Reykjavik in Iceland to Frankfurt and took off following the team’s 4-0 win final night time in a World Cup qualifying recreation.
However, it as an alternative diverted excessive of Scotland and got here to land at Edinburgh Airport after squawking, which is when the pilot declares an emergency on board.
Flight plans confirmed the Klasjet flight KLJ2703 making an abrupt flip between Dundee and Arbroath and quickly descending.
It is known the aircraft landed safely in Edinburgh at about 4am.
The team’s official Twitter account introduced they needed to make a stopover “as a precaution in Edinburgh.”
It additionally learn: “Safety first. Safe stopover as a precaution in Edinburgh. From there, individual onward and return journeys are planned.”
A later tweet added: “‘We are fine. Safety checks on the aircraft are continuing.”
The flight had taken off at 12.52am native time (1.52am BST) from Reykjavik’s worldwide airport.
Edinburgh Airport has been contacted for remark.