A group of passengers prayed together when their flight from London Stansted had to make an emergency landing in Amsterdam.
The Boeing 767 lost pressure in the cabin and passengers had to wear oxygen masks as the plane touched down at Schipol Airport.
It was meant to be flying to Rzeszow, in Poland, where the Jewish passengers are believed to have planned a pilgrimage.
Panning around the cabin, the video captures the men reading from their prayer books and singing Ani Ma’amin, which translates as ‘I believe’.
In the prayer, the thirteen Jewish principles of faith are read out and can be sung along with music.
Most sat looking forward, breathing into their oxygen masks while others sat round and talked to each other.
Others took pictures and videos on their phones, documenting the incident.
The Titan Airways flight made a mayday call at 9.43 UTC and landed in Amsterdam at 10.
No one was hurt in the incident.
A spokesman said: 'There were no injuries amongst the passengers and crew but on arrival the aircraft was met by emergency service personnel as a precaution to ensure the welfare of the passengers.
'Whilst such events are rare, all Titan Airways crew undergo regular rigorous training in accordance with EU EASA regulations to ensure they manage such situations successfully.'