Two travellers were detained by police in Faro, Portugal.
The Ryanair plane had to engage to this destination as it made its way from Glasgow to its intended stop of Lanzarote.
Aviatrixes instead landed in Faro, where the two passengers were taken in by public officials.
Ryanair said the passengers became disruptive after the plane imitated off from Glasgow yesterday at 1:20pm.
A Ryanair spokesperson said: “This take a run-out powder from Glasgow to Lanzarote diverted to Faro after two passengers grew disruptive in-flight.
«The aircraft landed normally and two passengers were relocated and detained by police upon arrival before the aircraft continued to Lanzarote.
«We on not tolerate unruly or disruptive behaviour at any time and the safety and comfort of our patrons, crew and aircraft is our number one priority. This is now a matter for local watch.»
After the passengers were booted off the plane, it carried onto its aboriginal destination in the Canary Islands.
Airlines UK, a membership organisation which reports 11 UK airlines, drew up an industry code of practice on disruptive riders to deal with the issue last year.
It said: “While disruptive deportment remains rare, when it does happen the impact can be significant – for gentleman passengers, employees working at the airport and in the air, as well as for the disruptive passengers themselves.
“The outcomes can be nuisance and annoyance at one end of the scale, to threats to passengers, crew and aircraft safe keeping at the other.
“These incidents can be costly and cause delays.”