Flight operations at the Dublin Airport in Ireland resumed after they were suspended when a fire broke out in a hangar early Wednesday. Flights were suspended for over an hour and the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) said on its Twitter feed that operations resumed after the fire was brought under control.

Staff members were evacuated from the hangar and there have been no reports of any injuries so far. DAA Communications Manager Siobhan O'Donnell said all the people present were accounted for, RTE News reported Wednesday. An aircraft inside the hangar was not damaged in the fire, the DAA added.

The report also said that the fire broke out in a restricted area, which could not be accessed by passengers.

While a number of planes circled the airport early Wednesday, some were diverted to Belfast and Shannon, the RTE report added, citing Flight Radar 24. Pilots reportedly informed passengers on board the flights about the fire.

Dublin fire units, including Finglas, Kilbarrack and Swords, and the Dublin headquarters reached the site to tackle the situation, the Mirror reported.