Plane Bomb Alert At Brussels Airport

Posted: Aug 10 2016, 12:54pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2016, 1:31pm CDT, in News | Latest Political News

 
Plane Bomb Alert in Belgium
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Breaking News: Belgien media reports about bomb alerts on planes approaching Brussels airport.

Media in Belgium reports that there are bomb threats on two planes en route to Brussels airport. The details are still scarce. DeTijd newspaper cites the federal prosecutor's office that measures are underway.

Pilots have reportedly received bomb threats. This does not mean that this is real, but the Belgium is still on alert after the Brussels airport bombing in March.

One of the planes is reportedly coming from Oslo and was 20 minutes away from landing at Brussels airport.

The bomb threats are according to DeTijd's sources not specific and further investigations are necessary. According to Belgian TV presenter Bart Raes, the passengers in the affected plane have left the plane.

Update: Situation has calmed down. No bombs have been found on the planes. Looks like it was false alarm.

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