A PLANE to Reykjavik was forced to divert to Glasgow Airport after a "burning smell" was reported in the cabin.

Manchester's Icelandair flight is the second aircraft on this route to be diverted to Glasgow in two days.

    The Icelandair flight from Manchester had to divert to Glasgow after a burning smell in the cabin.
The Icelandair flight from Manchester had to divert to Glasgow after a burning smell in the cabin.

The Boeing 757 declared emergency 7700 during a flight over Scotland.

According to reports, there was a "burning smell in the cabin", which forced the pilot to change course.

It is assumed that 115 passengers with seven crew members are on board.

Yesterday's diverted flight had to change course due to a reported medical emergency.

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