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All emergency services are in place at Arlanda airport in Sweden, after that the just after at 10 in the day was made a bomb threat against a Norwegian aircraft with 169 passengers on board on the way to France.
" We can confirm that there has been made a bomb threat against the flight DY4321 from Arlanda to Nice. For security reasons, returning the aircraft to Arlanda, says communication advisor Tonje Næss, the Norwegian NTB.
- This is now a politisak, so any further questions should be directed to them. Safety is the company's most important priority, she continues.
the Threat must have come right after departure, and according to Expressen, the national reaction force also on the way to the airport.
It is expected that all the passengers and crew members will be evacuated on the runway. By 13-time got the first passengers to leave the plane, reports Expressen.
Bombehunder examines the aircraft and the surrounding area, and passengers must be taken off in groups of ten people to visiteres and controlled by the police.COUNTRY: English-the plane has landed at Arlanda, and now stands on a separate runway away from other traffic. Photo: Janne Åkesson / Swepix / Expressen Show more - the Threat came from Oslo, norway
Aftonbladet reports that the threat should have come on the telephone from Oslo. The Swedish authorities got the message about the threat at 10.39.
Operasjonsleder in Oslo-the police, Tor Guldbrandsen, says to Dagbladet at 11.23 that it is unknown to them that the threat should have come on the telephone from Oslo.
- We have not received any messages about it or any request from the Swedish police, " he says.
the Aircraft, which is of the type Boeing 737, returned immediately and landed again at Arlanda airport.
the Plane landed at Arlanda at 11.14. Police and ambulance are in place at the airport, " says Daniel Lindblad at the Swedish Sea and flyredningssentralen to the Newspaper.THE PLACE: There is a significant politioppbud at Arlanda. Photo: Janne Åkesson / Swepix / Expressen Show more Svømmelandslaget on board
Parts of the Swedish svømmelandslaget, who was on his way to a competition and training camp in Nice, embroiled in the drama at Arlanda on Thursday morning, writes SVT.
Actually, they have asked us to turn off cell phones our, and the police are in place, " says the 23-year-old Swedish landslagssvømmeren Isaac Eliasson to the SVT.
He describes the situation as calm and controlled.bomb threat: According to Expressen, it was Norwegian's flight DY4321, on the way from the Arlanda airport in Sweden to the French city of Nice, which should have been the target of bombetrusselen. The aircraft returned and landed at Arlanda. Screenshot: Flightradar24.com View more Confirms the threat
Pressetalsperson in the Stockholm police, Towe Hägg, is frugal with details about the bombetrusselen.
- What I can say is that an airline has received a threat. We are the place to find out of the case, and work with the information we have, she says to Dagbladet.
She says that the police received a message via the emergency number at 10.46 in the morning and that the police now are on the site.
Both the border police, regional task forces and police in civilian and uniform, are inserted in the work, " she says.
She will not comment on aftonbladet's information on that threat to have come over the telephone from Oslo, norway, or that it should be to talk about a plane on the way to or from France.
Pertti Arnberg is located on a prominent site at the airport, and was witness to the landing.
We saw that the aircraft landed normally. It stopped at the far end of the landing strip, then immediately cars with blue lights and staff in place. They stopped around 150-200 metres from the aircraft, " says Arnberg to Expressen.
so far, It has not succeeded Dagbladet to get a comment from the Norwegian.
Norwegian flight #DY4321 from Stockholm two Nice returned two Stockholm because of a bomb threathttps://t.co/lszdEpGNwE pic.twitter.com/mETxxMgpct— Flightradar24 (@flightradar24) February 7, 2019