A dramatic announcement that the wings of a Jet2 had a problem caused passengers to get sick and faint.
The plane that arrived at Manchester Airport two hours later than scheduled at 3.30 am, although it was due to land in Leeds Bradford, 58 miles from their original destination.
After the & # 39; fast & hard & # 39; landing six fire engines sprayed the wheels with water.
A mother feared the plane would go up in flames after having heard it.
Penie Craig (left), 49 traveled back to Leeds Bradford Airport with her husband Michael, 54 (right) and son Jaiden, 14 when the Jet2 had to make an emergency landing at Manchester Airport after the wing flaps had stopped working
Penie Craig, 49, traveled back to Leeds Bradford Airport after a two-week break on Crete with her husband Michael, 54, and son Jaiden, 14.
She felt that something was wrong when the plane did not land at the estimated time and followed an announcement from the captain who said that he had to circle the plane because of a "technical error in the cockpit & # 39 ;.
She said: I hate flying as it is and after another 20 to 25 minutes the captain came again and said: & # 39; Unfortunately it has to do with the valves & # 39 ;.
& # 39; When you land, they help you to slow down, but they did not work.
"They were trying to think of something else, but we had to land in Leeds Bradford and the runway was not big enough there, which means we would not have slowed down fast enough and that we had vanished from the runway." ;
The budget company recently had to make an emergency landing after the cabin pressure had dropped (stock image)
She added: & # 39; It was just terrible and my first thought was: & # 39; Oh my God, the plane would be on fire & # 39; but I had to be calm because my son was there.
& # 39; I am not a great kite. I have flown a lot earlier, but this time it was really stressful and I had to stop vomiting. It really made me uneasy and I'm glad I do not go back on holiday too soon. & # 39;
The budget company said that flight LS444 from Heraklion in Crete to Leeds Bradford had to address a holding pattern to assess a flap-indication problem & # 39 ;.
A Jet2 spokeswoman said: "The decision was made to divert to Manchester Airport as a precautionary measure because it has a longer runway to facilitate a smooth landing.
& # 39; The plane landed safely and further transportation was arranged for our customers back to Leeds. The safety of our customers is always our first priority. & # 39;
This last incident with a Jet2 plane comes days after another jet from Faro in Portugal to Leeds Bradford forced an emergency landing in Bordeaux when the cabin pressure fell on August 10.
On Thursday, a new Jet2 plane was awaited by fire engines and ambulance workers after the cabin pressure had fallen again on another flight from Newcastle to Dalaman, which meant that an emergency landing had to be made.