Ryanair jet makes emergency Sweden landing

STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Jan. 11 (UPI) -- No one was injured when a Ryanair jetliner with 150 passengers aboard made an emergency landing in Stockholm, Sweden, officials said Monday.

The jet, which had taken off from Tampere-Pirkkala airport in Finland, landed at Stockholm-Skavsta airport Sunday after warning lights came on, the Finnish News Agency reported.


Dot Gade Kulovuori, the managing director of Stockholm-Skavasta, told the news agency that passengers were flown to the destination in Germany on a replacement aircraft.

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