A flight from Chicago heading for London declared a mid-air emergency due to adverse weather on Wednesday, forcing it to land in Edinburgh.
The United Airlines flight 938 diverted to the Scottish capital and landed safely at 3.30pm on April 12.
It took off from Chicago O’Hare Airport at 11.58pm on Tuesday, delayed by more than two hours from an initial take off time at 9.10pm.
A spokesperson for the company said customers had been supplied with meal vouchers and hotel accommodation.
It comes as multiple flights struggled to land at Heathrow earlier today, after parts of England were battered by Storm Noa.
One United aircraft, flight B767 had to undergo a go-around after an initially unsuccessful landing due to heavy rainfall and strong gusts of wind.
Cult aviation channel Big Jet TV caught the initial landing attempt on a livestream.
A spokesperson for United Airlines told STV: “Our team at Edinburgh Airport is providing assistance to customers of United flight 938 (Chicago O’Hare-London Heathrow) today, which diverted to Edinburgh due to adverse weather conditions at London Heathrow.
“The aircraft landed safely at 3:03pm (local time).
“We are providing our customers with meal vouchers and hotel accommodation and are working on alternative arrangements for our customers to complete their journeys at the earliest opportunity.”
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