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Security incident at Paris' Charles de Gaulle airport

17 September 2017, 03:54 | Joan Schultz

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"The pilot then explained that there was a security threat specifically involving our flight, and each passenger and every piece of luggage was thoroughly searched", Anderson said.

One passenger said those on board were informed by the pilot that an individual had made a direct threat against the aircraft.

An additional security check and evacuation of a British Airways plane at Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle airport in Paris was caused by a false alert, French radio Franceinfo reported Sunday.

Sniffer dogs have also begun searching luggage. We will all be led off the aircraft & baggage searched in due course'.

All passengers had multiple X-ray scanning checks while authorities secured the plane, he said. We were waiting on the plane for around an hour.

"They were then told the plane was to move to another part of the airport".

'That's when we noticed police and fire vehicles quickly surrounded the plane and dozens of armed officers and firefighters got out.

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Authorities later cleared the flight for takeoff after completing security checks, the French national police said.

Passenger James Anderson, 20, told how he was initially told flight BA0303 was facing delays over technical issues ahead of its departure to London Heathrow.

In a statement, British Airways said the flight was due to take off soon, but did not provide a time.

The incident follows Friday's terror attack on Parsons Green station in west London.

According to British Airways: 'The safety and security of our customers and crew is always our top priority.

More to follow. This is a breaking news story and will be updated regularly as new information and developments become available.



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