EasyJet flight to the Uk from Poland is diverted to Prague right after a ‘possible bomb’ was uncovered on board
- EasyJet flight from Krakow to Bristol diverted right after ‘possible bomb’ discovered
- EZY6276 landed in Prague, Czech Republic, all-around 10.50pm on Sunday
- Law enforcement searched the plane but no bomb was observed and flight was rescheduled
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An EasyJet flight heading to the British isles from Poland has been diverted to the Czech Republic right after a ‘possible bomb’ was identified on board.
Flight EZY6276 from Krakow to Bristol was an hour into its two-and-a-fifty percent-hour flight when it landed at Prague’s Vaclav Havel Airport at 10.50pm on Sunday.
Prague Airport tweeted: ‘There was reported a possible bomb on board an aircraft.
EasyJet flight EZY6276 from Krakow to Bristol was diverted to Prague past night time just after a ‘possible bomb’ was discovered on board (file graphic)
‘All steps to assure the protection of passengers and all air website traffic are currently staying carried out by Law enforcement of the Czech Republic.’
Czech police claimed ‘pyrotechnicians’ had been despatched to the scene in order to look into and dispose of the suspicious unit.
It is assumed travellers were being taken off the airplane while a lookup was carried out by police investigators.
Prague Airport officials later extra that ‘no hazardous item was uncovered on the aircraft following the pyrotechnic inspection.’
EasyJet’s web site exhibits a adhere to-on flight was arranged for some travellers taking off from Prague shortly soon after 11pm regional time heading to Bristol.
A 2nd stick to-on flight is at this time scheduled to take off at 12.35pm these days and arrive in Bristol soon immediately after 1pm community time.