A FLYBE passenger jet has crash-landed with its nose down at Belfast International airport after it declared an emergency onboard.
Flight BE331 to Inverness, Scotland suffered technical difficulties after it departed Belfast at around 11.20am on Friday.
The plane was forced to circle the city and dump fuel to reduce weight before returning to Belfast International.
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It landed without nose gear on the runway at around 1.30pm with fire engines rushing to the plane.
There were 52 passengers and four crew members on board the flight.
A Flybe spokesman said: “Our primary concern is for the welfare of the passengers and crew. All statements relating to this incident will be posted.”