RAF fighters scrambled to intercept flight over North Sea
RAF Fighter jets were scrambled to intercept a plane from Bucharest and escort it to Birmingham Airport.
Typhoon planes were deployed from RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire this morning along with Belgian F-16 fighter jets, according to radar tracking service Airlive.
The plane, believed to be a Saab 340, was intercepted over the North Sea after it departed from the Romanian capital at around 1.30am.
It landed safely at Birmingham Airport just before 7.30am.