Ryanair has apologised after one of its planes was forced to divert because of a bomb scare.
The flight from Dublin to Poland had to make an emergency landing in Berlin last night, at around 7pm Irish time.
The 160 people on board had to leave the Boeing 737 and Federal police searched the plane along with sniffer dogs
Authorities there said there was no danger detected following checks.
Passengers resumed their journey after a 7 hour delay.
Ryanair has described it as an unavoidable delay, outside of their control.
It comes a week after a Ryanair flight was forced to divert to Belarus where an opposition journalist was arrested on arrival.