Six people took ill onboard a flight from Tunisia to Glasgow Airport on Sunday afternoon.

The Thomas Cook flight landed at 13.25, and passengers were met by two ambulance crews and a specialist unit.

All passengers were kept on board the Airbus A321 for over an hour until those affected were assessed by professionals.

A Glasgow Airport spokesman confirmed none of the people who took unwell required any further treatment and were sent home.

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A spokeswoman for Thomas Cook told The Evening Times it is protocol to contact the airport should passengers take unwell, and that all affected are safe and well.

It is the second medical emergency to take place in the busy Scots airport this weekend.

A flight bound for Toronto declared an onboard emergency as it flew over Scotland on Saturday evening.

The Air Canada flight was forced to land at Glasgow airport after raising the alarm at around 6.30pm.

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It was confirmed to be a medical emergency, and ambulance crews and police attended as a precautionary measure.