An RAF Typhoon fighter is pictured yesterday being refuelled by an RAF Voyager after intercepting the Ryanair flight
Police have released two Kuwaiti and Italian men without charge and said no terror incident took place on board the diverted flight after a ‘suspicious item’ in a toilet turned out to be a mobile phone.
RAF jets were scrambled to intercept the Lauda jet before armed police surrounded it on the runway when it landed at Stansted from Vienna at around 7.20pm yesterday.
The crew had alerted police to a potential ‘security threat’ on board, and after landing two men aged 24 and 48 were arrested by anti-terror police and taken into custody. They have now been released and the investigation closed….
Everyone stay cool.
Pics: PA/ RAF
Luke Brennan (him off the telly) writes:
My brother Kevin runs an online phone management service, and wanted to do something useful for people working from home over the next few months.
He put together an offer (see below) that would allow people to move their office phone to a home phone, without any cost, for 6 months.
He’d also be happy to help if anyone has any questions about moving your phone to home working…
Kevin Brennan writes
To help businesses work from home we’re offering 6-month free migration of any existing business phone number to callbrix (normally €4.99 per month, migration usually takes 24 hours) .
If you need an additional local phone number for a covid-19 information line we will also provide that 6-months free of charge (normally €4.99 per month).