PICTURES: Flybe plane CRASH LANDS at Belfast airport after technical problems

The Flybe plane crashed at Belfast International Airport at around 13:30 earlier today.

The BE331 flight was flying from Belfast City Airport to Inverness, carrying fifty-two passengers and four crew members.

It was diverted after experiencing technical issues, forcing it to be held above the Irish Sea for more than an hour.

After this, the flight was forced to land after its nose gear failed to drop.

Flybe has issued a statement on the aircraft’s crash landing.

The Flybe Twitter account tweeted: “Flybe can confirm tha…
Daily Express :: Travel Feed

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