Fighter jets over Stortford and Harlow, England amid emergency situation at Stansted Airport

Photo: Stansted Airport, England

(SOURCE)  FLIGHTS into and out of Stansted Airport were suspended temporarily this evening (Wednesday, July 23) as a result of an emergency situation.

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) said that two RAF Typhoon fighter jets had accompanied a passenger plane flying into Stansted.

One of the fighter planes, which were scrambled from RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire, reportedly landed at Stansted.

A scheduled Ryanair flight from Alicante in Spain, which was due to arrive at 8pm, has been diverted to Luton.

A spokesman in the Essex Police control room said that there had been “an incident” which had been resolved but was not at liberty to give details.

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