No explosives found on Turkish Airlines flight diverted to Halifax Canada, No explosives were found on a Turkish Airlines flight redirected to Halifax, Canada, after a bomb risk and the plane was cleared to proceed with its voyage, Canadian police and the aircraft said today.
The flight, initially headed for Istanbul from New York, has now securely withdrawn, Halifax Stanfield International Airport said on Twitter.
No explosives found on Turkish Airlines flight diverted to Halifax Canada
Security authorities have been on high alarm following Islamic State aggressors asserted obligation regarding assaults this month in Paris that killed 130 individuals. Russia has said the gathering was likewise in charge of the bringing down on October 31 of a plane coming back to St Petersburg from the Sharm al-Sheik resort in Egypt.
The Turkish Airlines plane had been redirected after a risk was gotten at 10:50 pm ET on Saturday evening, the Nova Scotia branch of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said on Twitter. The plane landed securely and police said they looked it utilizing puppies.
“The examination concerning the risk is progressing,” the RCMP tweeted.
The episode comes after another flight leaving the United States as of late was occupied to Canada taking after a danger.
Two Air France flights destined for Paris from the United States were occupied for a few hours on Tuesday taking after mysterious bomb dangers that ended up being false. One of the flights, which had left Washington, was redirected to Halifax, however no explosives were found. The other, from Los Angeles, was occupied to Salt Lake City.
Independently on Sunday, a WestJet Airlines Ltd flight leaving Halifax destined for Calgary was looked taking after another bomb danger, police said. Be that as it may, nothing was discovered and the flight was cleared for takeoff.