A plane on fire carried out an emergency landing at Glasgow Prestwick Airport.

The New York-bound Delta aircraft left Edinburgh at 11.03 this morning.

According to Flight Radar, after flying over Glasgow, it was forced to land at Prestwick Airport, due to "issues" with the plane.

In a video posted by a passenger on Facebook, one of the plane's wings can be seen, on fire.

People in the background can be heard talking.

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Glasgow Times:

The Scottish Fire Service has confirmed that they were called to Prestwick Airport at 11.23am this morning.

A spokesperson said they were alerted of an issue with one of the aircrafts.

There were no injuries reported and firefighters left the scene at 12.57pm.

A Delta Air Lines spokesperson said: “Delta flight 209 from Edinburgh to New York-JFK safely diverted to Glasgow Prestwick Airport after a mechanical issue with one of the aircraft's two engines.

"We apologize to our customers for this inconvenience and are working to get them to their final destinations via Edinburgh."