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KLM Amsterdam to Inverness flight KL923 had to be redirected due to a technical issue – passengers were able to take off in another aircraft and have now reached the Highlands


By Ian Duncan

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The route taken by flight KL923.
The route taken by flight KL923.

Today's flight to Inverness from Amsterdam had to be redirected due to a technical problem.

The KLM flight from Amsterdam was scheduled to take off from Schiphol Airport at 11.25am and had almost reached Edinburgh before returning to the Netherlands.

A KLM Royal Dutch Airlines spokeswoman said: "Flight KL 923 to Inverness indeed returned to Schiphol Airport due to a technical problem.

"The passengers and crew have not been in danger. The passengers could resume their journey on another aircraft that took off at 14.21 hrs and have arrived in Inverness."


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