An investigation has been launched after a plane bound for Aberdeen airport declared an emergency due to a cockpit warning.
Eastern Airways flight T3726 from Norwich landed safely after the alert relating to its hydraulic system.
The alarm was raised as the plane passed over the border.
An Eastern Airways spokeswoman said: “The captain operating flight T3726 from Norwich to Aberdeen received a cockpit warning indication relating to the aircraft’s hydraulic system prior to landing in Aberdeen.
“As a precautionary measure the airport’s fire service was in attendance, but was later stood down.
“The Jetstream 41 aircraft with 19 passengers and three crew on board landed safely at 3.42pm and passengers disembarked the aircraft as normal via the aircraft steps.
“We have launched an investigation and engineers will be inspecting the aircraft.
“We apologise to passengers for any inconvenience, however the safety of our passengers and crew is our primary concern.”