A Royal Air Drive Storm despatched an alert over Yorkshire on Tuesday afternoon declaring an pressing state of affairs. The jet was at an altitude of over 10,000ft when it despatched the alert.
Civ Mil Air tweeted: “Royal Air Force Typhoon on an emergency squawk #Squawk7700”.
The RAF jet is believed to have issued the squawk 7700 alert, which means there was an pressing state of affairs.
An emergency squawk can even enable an plane to have precedence over different air site visitors.
The Eurofighter Storm FGR4, which has the potential to fly at a velocity of two,495kmph, is believed to have been travelling at a velocity of simply over 700kmph (434mph).
An RAF spokesman mentioned: “A Storm plane from RAF Coningsby had a technical problem that required its coaching mission to be curtailed and the plane to return to base.
“The aircraft has landed safely and the pilot is fine”.