Flybe flight makes emergency landing at Birmingham Airport
A Flybe plane made an emergency landing with only one working engine at Birmingham Airport.
The pilot shut down one of the aircraft's engines mid-air as a safety precaution after a technical fault.
Flybe said the BE 321 flight from Aberdeen Airport landed without incident, just before 10:00 BST on Monday. All 47 passengers disembarked as normal.
It apologised and said safety was "the airline's number one priority".
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The plane was met by the airport's emergency service vehicles as a precaution.
Last month a Flybe Q400 travelling from Scotland to Northern Ireland also made an emergency landing after developing a technical fault.