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Glasgow Airport has reopened after security incident

Christian Fernsby |
Police officers are searching a plane at Glasgow airport after a security incident was declared on an inbound flight from London.

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Operations were temporarily suspended on Tuesday after a security alert on the plane was raised by crew members at around 10.25 am.

Flights to and from the site were halted and emergency services attended the scene, an airport spokesperson said.

“There were reports of a security alert on an inbound easyJet flight from Gatwick,” the spokesperson said.

“Operations were temporarily suspended. The incident was stood down and we are now operational.”

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