A Ryanair flight travelling from the Republic of Ireland to Poland diverted to Germany due to a potential security threat, the airline has confirmed. The flight FR1901 departed from Dublin just before 17:00 local time on Sunday. During the flight, German air traffic control notified the crew of a “potential security threat on board,” a Ryanair spokesman told BBC News. The German newspaper Bild Zeitung reported the flight made an emergency landing at Berlin Brandenburg Airport due to a “bomb threat”. The diversion came a week after another Ryanair flight from Greece to Lithuania was forced to land in Belarus under military escort.