The plane took off from the Scottish capital in a storm and was struck shortly after departure for Alicante, ThinkSpain reported Thursday.
The flight was cleared to resume after a brief inspection by engineers, the airline said.
Planes are frequently hit by lightning, experts say, but it is rare a flight has to be suspended or canceled. The decision to land in Glasgow was a precaution to ensure the plane had not been damaged.
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