A Ryanair flight from Ireland to Poland had to make an emergency landing in Germany after a reported bomb threat.
160 people were on board the plane.
The flight was travelling from Dublin to Krakow when German authorities notified the crew of a 'potential security threat'.
It was diverted to Berlin, which was the nearest airport.
The 160 people on board had to leave the Boeing 737, and federal police searched the plane along with sniffer dogs.
The passengers' baggage was also searched, but nothing was found.
There was an eight-hour delay before the flight continued.
In a statement, the airline said: "The aircraft landed safely and passengers were offloaded to facilitate extensive security checks of passengers and all baggage.
"Once cleared by German authorities, passengers travelled onwards to Krakow on a spare Ryanair aircraft after a delay on the ground of approx. 8 hrs.
"Return passengers from Krakow to Dublin travelled on a spare aircraft, with a delay of less than 15 mins."
The airline apologised to affected passengers for the "unavoidable delay, which was outside the airline's control".
The incident came just a week after a Ryanair plane was forced to land in Belarus after a false bomb threat, with authorities in Minsk then arresting an opposition journalist who was on board.