No one was injured after a passenger plane made an emergency landing at Kraków-Balice Airport in southern Poland on Thursday morning, Polish Radio’s IAR news agency reported.
The Lufthansa plane, flying from Kraków to Frankfurt, Germany, had 50 people on board, according to IAR.
The pilot decided to divert the plane back to the Kraków airport after detecting a problem with the landing gear, which would not retract, IAR said.
The plane touched down safely on a landing strip, it added.
On Wednesday evening, a passenger plane bound from Kraków to the Polish capital made an emergency landing without its front wheels extended at Warsaw’s Chopin Airport.