An Estonian Air plane was forced to make an emergency landing on Thursday after one of its tyre's was damaged, Public Broadcasting reports.
The Tallinn to Amsterdam was carrying 86 people, when it was forced to land at Tallinn airport shortly after take off. No one was injured in the incident, emergency services say.
Estonian Air’s board member Indrek Randveer said passengers were calm during the incident.
However, a similar incident took place with another Estonia Air plane shorty after take off in Amsterdam last month. As a result, All of the company’s planes will be inspected for safety reasons extremely carefully, the airline's officials say.