The plane of airline Ryanair, flying from Krakow to Dublin made an emergency landing at London’s Stansted airport because of a bomb threat, the newspaper reported The Daily Telegraph.
The incident occurred in the evening of 13 July.
The commander decided to land the ship after the toilet of the aircraft found a note that the Board is explosive.
In Ryanair told that the captain followed procedure: he had warned UK authorities about the incident and headed to the nearest airport. The plane was escorted by two British fighter Eurofighter Typhoon.
The airliner landed without incident and was taken to a remote site. All passengers safely left the Board, said Ryanair.
Police Essex County confirmed the incident on Twitter. The survey of the vessel there was found no suspicious objects, the plane is handed over to the operator.
After a false alarm, British police have arrested two men, 26 and 47 years. Their motives are still unknown.
The aircraft’s been handed back to Stansted Airport and the operator.
We appreciate the patience and understanding of everyone involved. https://t.co/17XdmDQVbg
— Essex Police (@EssexPoliceUK) July 14, 2020