TUI flight emergency landing in Glasgow amid crew member needing urgent medical attention

By Kirsty Feerick & Carla Jenkins

A TUI flight was forced to make an emergency landing at Glasgow after a crew member required urgent medical attention.

The plane had left Aberdeen and was headed to Tenerife when it was suddenly diverted today (Wednesday October 13) the Daily Record reports.

The airline has thanked passengers for their 'patience and understanding' as safety and wellbeing is the 'highest priority', but the TUI employee's condition remains unknown at this time.

The flight will resume the rest of the journey to Tenerife 'as soon as possible'.

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A spokesperson for TUI said: "We can confirm that flight TOM1322 from Aberdeen to Tenerife has diverted to Glasgow as a result of a crew member requiring urgent medical attention.

"The flight will continue to Tenerife as soon as possible, and we would like to thank passengers for their patience and understanding at this time.

"The safety and wellbeing of our passengers and crew is always our highest priority."

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