A PLANE circled Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA) four times before being sent to Scotland.

Storm Isha, which has brought strong winds with a yellow weather warning from the Met Office in place currently, has wreaked havoc right across the country and LBA, based in Yeadon, has not escaped the mayhem.

Flights were being cancelled and delayed throughout yesterday and the disruption has continued into today.

A number of flights have been diverted from landing at the airport, with one experiencing a major change in its schedule.

Flightradar24 shows the Ryanair service from Alicante, in Spain to LBA last night actually landed at Glasgow Airport, more than 200 miles and over four hours drive away.

The flight was due to set off from the continent at 8.10pm and scheduled to touch down in Yeadon at 10pm.

It took to the sky with a slight delay, at 8.22pm, but the flight went ahead to schedule initially, arriving above LBA just before 10pm. 

Flightradar24 shows though that the plane circled the airport four times over roughly a 30-minute period before heading off to Glasgow airport.

It landed at 11.32pm in Scotland, more than an hour-and-a-half later than its planned arrival at LBA.