A Wizz Air plane en route from Vilnius to London's Luton was on Monday forced to land in Berlin due to a technical problem which came up during the flight.
© DELFI / Modesta Meškė

The plane landed at Berlin's Tegel Airport, the company told BNS Lithuania. It said the plane underwent mandatory technical inspection, and it was decided to continue the flight on Tuesday, using another plane to minimize the delay.

All the passengers were provided with food coupons and hotel accommodation.

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