NEW YORK (Reuters) – An American Airlines aeroplane that was evacuated during New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport after a explosve hazard has been searched and privileged for service, an central pronounced on Sunday.
American Flight 67 en track from Barcelona, Spain, landed in New York during around noon, according to a Federal Aviation Administration, and was soon evacuated of passengers and crew.
The hazard was phoned into a Port Authority of New York and New Jersey military during 12:07 p.m. (1707 GMT), pronounced Joe Pentangelo, a orator for a Port Authority, that operates a airport. A hunt of a craft and load incited adult zero of concern, he said.
(Reporting by Frank McGurty, additional stating by Kevin Liffey,; Editing by Phil Berlowitz)