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Emergency landing at Cork Airport after plane reports smoke in the cockpit

The Aer Lingus flight landed just after 10am.

17278777161_0412970375_k Source: Colin Gregory

A PLANE HAS made an emergency landing at Cork Airport after reporting smoke in the cockpit.

Emergency services were on standby for the plane’s arrival, however the landing passed off without incident.

The Aer Lingus EI3701 flight from Birmingham instigated a full emergency plan after the captain had reported the issue.

No injuries were reported among the 59 passengers and four crew following the landing.

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