Doncaster's Robin Hood Airport has apologised to passengers affected by its closure, saying staff are working to reopen the airport as soon as possible.
The airport was shut after an aircraft from Belfast City Airport experienced problems while landing at 7.30pm yesterday.
It is expected to be closed until at least mid-morning today and travellers have been advised to contact their airline before heading to the airport.
"Our team will work to ensure the airport reopens as soon as possible,” Steve Gill, the airport's managing director, told the Doncaster Free Press.
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