AUA flight to Kosovo makes unscheduled landing in Belgrade

An Austrian Airlines spokesman says that a flight from Vienna to Kosovo made an unscheduled landing in Belgrade after the crew noticed vibrations in one of the two engines.

Wilhelm Baldia says the Fokker 100, flight OS769 to Pristina, landed in the Serbian capital instead on Sunday.

He says the landing was "without problems," and some of the 79 passengers continued on to their destinations directly on other flights. Those who couldn't be rebooked were flown back to Vienna Monday after spending the night in Belgrade.