A Loganair flight from Stornoway to Glasgow has declared a mid-air emergency sparking a major response.

Fire crews and paramedics raced to the runway at Glasgow Airport after the alarm was raised shortly after 9pm on Monday, June 14.

The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service confirmed they were in attendance

Pictures from the scene show police also in attendance alongside several fire engines and specialist ambulance vehicles.

The plane is understood to have landed safely a short time later however it is not currently known what caused the pilot to declare a Squawk 7700 emergency.

A spokesperson for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service confirmed they were in attendance but that airport crews dealt with the incident.

Glasgow Airport confirmed there was an incident on board the flight.

They said all 22 passengers and three staff all disembarked fine and there were no injuries.

They were unable to provide more details on the incident.

An airport spokesperson said: “The inbound aircraft from Stornoway to Glasgow was met by emergency services which is standard procedure.

“All 22 passengers and three crew on board were able to disembark from the aircraft.”

The Scottish Ambulance Service has also been contacted for comment.

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