An El Al flight that departed at 3 a.m. Friday from Ben-Gurion International Airport for London’s Luton Airport was forced to return and land shortly after takeoff.

Some 20 minutes after leaving the airport, passengers began to smell smoke in the cabin, at which point the crew announced that the plane would be returning to the airport, Yedioth Ahronoth reported.

At first, a state of emergency was declared at Ben-Gurion, but it was called off after rescue forces assembled on the tarmac.

The plane landed without incident, and there were no injuries among the passengers, who were set to board an alternative flight to London later on Friday morning.