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Bosses at Stansted Airport have apologised to passengers for the major disruption caused by a bus fire on Good Friday.
A statement confirmed the blaze had broken out at 4.20pm outside the main entrance of the terminal building.
It was caused by an electrical fault on the bus and was brought under control within 20 minutes by firefighters. No one was injured.
Stansted cancelled all departures from the Essex airport on Friday night - prompting criticism from passengers who claimed they had not been given enough information.
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Parts of Stansted Airport have been evacuated this afternoon after a fire broke out on a shuttle bus.
Eyewitness videos show the fire broke out on the bus near the terminal forecourt.
The surrounding area- including parts of the terminal building are being evacuated because of smoke.
It comes on one of the busiest days of the year so far for the airport as people get away for the Easter break.
In the last few minutes the airport says the fire has now been put out. More to follow....
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Stansted Airport says it is open and flights should be running normally today following a fire outside the terminal last night (Friday).
Part of the main terminal building at Stansted Airport was evacuated after a shuttle bus caught fire.