Ryanair passenger jet makes emergency landing in Berlin
The flight from Dublin to Krakow made the unexpected diversion after a reported bomb threat, German newspaper Bild Zeitung said.
With 160 people on board, the flight arrived at the Berlin-Brandenburg airport shortly after 8 pm (1800 GMT) Sunday, remaining on the tarmac into early Monday morning.
A Berlin police spokesperson said that officers had completed their security checks "without any danger being detected".
"The passengers will resume their journey to Poland on board a spare aeroplane," she told AFP, without giving more precise details for the alert.
The flight was emptied with the baggage also searched, German media reported.
"The aircraft is currently in a safe position," a spokeswoman for the police told the newspaper.
The incident comes a week after a Ryanair flight was forced to divert to Belarus, with a passenger -- a dissident journalist -- arrested on arrival.