A FLIGHT bound for Glasgow was diverted to a north-east airport after crew detected a minor issue with the aircraft’s windscreen. The Loganair LM436 flight from Sumburgh landed at Aberdeen International Airport in Dyce, and was met by emergency services as a precaution, just after 3pm yesterday. A spokesman for Loganair said: “Flight LM436 was en route to Glasgow when it made a precautionary diversion to Aberdeen after the crew detected a minor issue with the aircraft’s windscreen. “The aircraft landed safely and was met by emergency services as per procedure when a PAN call is declared, although their assistance was not required.” The spokesman said Loganair planned to transport the 34 passengers to Glasgow using a replacement aircraft. He apologised for the inconvenience to their journey. A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokeswoman said: “We acted on standby to assist an aircraft coming in to land. “The aircraft landed safely and our services were not required.” An Aberdeen International Airport spokeswoman confirmed the aircraft was forced to take a precautionary diversion.