PASSENGERS at Edinburgh airport were left shocked after they spotted a suitcase blowing around the tarmac amid Storm Isha.

The storm has brought severe travel disruption to many across Scotland with a yellow warning still in place.

Footage captured by Twitter/X user @JamesHampson200 on Sunday evening showed a suitcase being blown across the tarmac at Edinburgh Airport.

Those standing in the airport were left stunned as they watched on with one questioning how the suitcase hadn’t “tumbled over”.

It comes after a number of Edinburgh-bound Ryanair flights were forced to divert to Germany.

Flight FR2970 was due to land at 11.05pm on Sunday evening, having departed Tenerife South Airport at 6.40pm local time.

However, after five hours and 40 minutes in the air, it landed at Cologne Bonn Airport at 1.20am local time.

Around one hour later, Ryanair flight FR6761 from Seville also landed at Cologne Bonn Airport after being diverted from Edinburgh.

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Ryanair flight FR816 from Dublin to Edinburgh then landed at Cologne Bonn after being diverted while a fourth flight – FR3598 - landed around 2.25am on Monday, after it also failed to land due to high winds.

The weather also saw a Ryanair flight from Alicante divert to Glasgow Airport after the plane failed to land at Leeds Bradford.

Dozens of flights to and from both Edinburgh and Glasgow had to be cancelled on Sunday as a result of the storm.

The National:

A total of 10 flights bound for Glasgow Airport diverted to Prestwick, Manchester, Newcastle, Liverpool and London Stansted on Sunday.

Meanwhile, 13 flights which were due to depart Glasgow Airport on Sunday – to destinations including Belfast, Paris and Dublin – were also cancelled.

Travel disruption has continued across Scotland this morning with Police Scotland urging road users to take “extra caution”.