Belfast emergency landing for Connacht rugby team plane
An aircraft carrying Connacht rugby team was forced to make an emergency landing at Belfast International Airport on Sunday.
The Flybe plane was travelling from Birmingham to Knock Airport in County Mayo when it was forced to divert.
Belfast International said that the plane had a problem with its flaps but landed safely.
Connacht player, and Ireland rugby international Bundee Aki, tweeted that the players faced a five-hour drive home after the diversion.