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Jazeera Airways hit by bomb threat.

Posted 7 October 2021 · Add Comment

A Jazeera Airways flight made an emergency landing in the northern Turkish province of Trabzon today after a bomb threat was received at its Kuwait headquarters.

Jazeera A320 neo (Image: Airbus)

A full search of the aircraft was carried out after passengers had evacuated in line with international procedures. All 51 Passengers, six crew and all luggage were screened before the flight was allowed to continue.
Trabzon Airport was briefly closed to flights as authorities carried out their search.
Jazeera Airways confirmed it had received communication indicating a potential security situation.
In a statement on Twitter the company said. “This communication was evaluated and deemed to be not credible. All flights have been provided with additional screening measures as a precaution.”

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