An Aer Lingus plane bound for Florida has returned to Dublin after a scare involving “technical fault.”

Flight EI121 was two hours into its journey from Dublin to Orlando when the pilot decided to make a u-turn. The plane was just south of Iceland at the time.

The airline has confirmed that a “technical fault” had occurred and that the plane and all its passengers had landed safely at Dublin Airport.

The Journal reports that alternate travel arrangements are being made for the passengers tomorrow.

AerLingus #EI121 from Dublin to Orlando U-turn west of Iceland. Return to DUB http://t.co/PPs7C3HXdO Reason unknown pic.twitter.com/uQ9AdaRz8t

— Flightradar24 (@flightradar24) December 9, 2014

Some people expressed frustration regarding the lack of details from Aer Lingus:

@AerLingus - how you can treat people like this is beyond me! Answer some questions please! #EI121

— RugbyZombot (@Rugbyzombot) December 9, 2014

Following success of routes to San Francisco and Toronto Irish airline Aer Lings plans to increase capacity in North America.Getty Images