A second flight near London's Heathrow Airport has been targeted by someone shining a laser.
The British Airways service from Amsterdam was affected at 7.47pm on Monday when a beam was aimed at the aircraft as it headed in to land.
It comes nine days after a Virgin Atlantic flight to New York's JFK returned to Heathrow as a "precautionary measure" after a laser was shone at the cockpit.
Scotland Yard said the plane was not put in danger during Monday's incident and no arrests had been made.
British Airways would not confirm what had happened but said laser attacks are taken "extremely seriously".
Breaking: Police are investigating a report that a laser pen was shone at a driver in Kemsley, Kent.
It is reported that at around 7pm on Thursday 12 November a group of young people, standing on the green area in Vaughan Drive, shone a laser pen at a passing van.
The driver, a man in his 30s, suffered eye injuries and has received hospital treatment.