A full plane of Stornoway-bound passengers was turned back to Inverness this afternoon (Sunday November 3rd) after pilots reported warning lights in the cockpit.

The Loganair flight took off at 12.38pm with around 30 passengers on board, but turned back to Inverness after 14 minutes in the air.

Passengers were disembarked and waited at the airport while engineers checked the fault, which the pilot later explained as a false alarm caused by the wet conditions.

The Saab 340B later re-embarked all passengers and arrived in Stornoway an hour and ten minutes later than scheduled, at 2.39pm.