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Passengers flying from Glasgow to the Canary Islands were faced with an unexpected diversion when their Jet2 flight was forced to land due to a lack of water.
The LS155 flight, which departed Glasgow Airport at 8.55am, was set for the Spanish island of Tenerife when it was diverted due to an on board plumbing issue.
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Holiday-makers were met with the detour at around 10am while the plane was flying over Cork in the Republic of Ireland.
Upon arriving in Manchester, passengers were transferred onto another flight heading to the holiday destination.
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Fire services were also present as the plane landed as a precautionary measure.
As the far from ideal events unfolded, holiday-makers took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the diversion.
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Ian Anderson wrote: 'Diverted to Manchester and now on a replacement plane bound to Tenerife. Broken toilets and no running water on the first Jet2 plane apparently.
'Everyone in good humour and @jet2tweets crew...
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