A Helios Airways flight to Glasgow with 184 people on board returned to Cyprus on Sunday after reporting a technical problem, the second such incident in the last few days, the Cyprus News Agency (CNA) said.
The Boeing 737-800 returned to Larnaca without incident thirty-five minutes after takeoff, reporting a problem related to air distribution with one of the engines, the semi-official news agency said.
Helios was not immediately available for comment.
A Helios Airways Boeing 737-300 from Larnaca to Prague crashed north of Athens on August 14, killing 121 people after it ran out of fuel.
State radio reported that passengers on Sunday's flight complained they had difficulty breathing. Helios has asked Boeing engineers to check the plane, CNA reported.
On Friday evening a Helios flight from Larnaca to London's Heathrow with 139 people on board also turned around after reporting a technical problem.
Greek officials are still investigating the causes of the August 14 crash. Preliminary reports suggest the aircraft lost pressure, rendering both pilots unconscious as the plane glided on autopilot for two hours.
Helios said its remaining fleet of Boeings underwent checks in the aftermath of the crash which gave them the all clear.