Thomas Cook flight bound for Spain diverts to Dublin due to medical emergency

The plane touched down in the Irish capital shortly after 9am this morning.

A Thomas Cook flight bound for Spain has been forced to divert to Dublin due to an emergency on board - writes dublinlive.ie.

Flight DK1732 left Stockholm in Sweden at 8.10am local time this morning, and was due to land in Gran Canaria in the Canaries in Spain at around 12.30pm local time.

However, midway through its flight, crew on board the aircraft declared a medical emergency and sought clearance to land at Dublin Airport .

The plane safely touched down in the Irish capital at around 9am Irish time.

It is not known what the nature of the emergency is yet.

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