The Boeing 737 model 800 is believed to have developed the issue shortly after taking off this morning.
An alarm was sent to Göteborg Landvetter Airport, Sweden to make all necessary arrangements to receive the aircraft.
The alarm and management operator at the Gothenburg rescue service had confirmed all emergency services had been alerted, including helicopters, ambulances, rescue services and the police.
The plane landed safely at the airport at its scheduled arrival time of 11.55am (10.55am GMT).
It was then taxied away from the terminal and from other aircrafts and vehicles.
All passengers disembarked safely and were taken to the arrivals lounge in buses.
Rescue leader Anders Lännholm stated: “The pilot reported suspected fuel leakage.
“There were 112 people onboard, three of whom are babies.”
The airport manager, Charlotte Ljunggren added she saw the plane land safely.
She said: “I see it land and it was taxied on the runway.”