A plane travelling to Dublin was forced to divert this morning after failing to land twice during Storm Barra.
The Delta Airlines flight DL44 was travelling from JFK, New York but couldn’t get to the ground at Dublin Airport due to high winds.
The plane was diverted to Amsterdam were it landed safely at 11:09am local time.
A spokesperson for Delta AIrlines told Dublin Live they are working to get passengers to their final destination “as soon as possible”.
They said: “Delta flight DL44 from New York-JFK to Dublin diverted to Amsterdam on December 7 due to high winds in the Dublin area.
“Delta apologises for the inconvenience caused to customers and is working to get them to their final destination as soon as possible. The safety of our customers and crew is Delta’s number one priority.”
A daa spokesperson said: “Aircraft can only make a maximum of three attempts to land before they must divert which the captain prudently decided to do after his second attempt.”
Get the latest headlines every day by signing up to our free newsletter