At Amsterdam's Schiphol airport came on Wednesday night to a false alarm on a plane. By mistake the warning of a kidnapping had been triggered, informed the Spanish airline Air Europa. Nothing happens, you apologize.
#aireuropa info False Alarm. In the flight Amsterdam - Madrid, this afternoon what is activated, by mistake, a warning that triggers protocols on hijackings at the airport. Nothing has happened, all passengers are safe and sound waiting to fly soon. We deeply apologize.— Air Europa (@AirEuropa) November 6, 2019
passengers and crew were according to the Dutch police in safety. A spokesman for the concerned airline, Air Europe, told the news Agency dpa that there had been a "technical error". The Dutch broadcasting NOS had previously reported, citing police sources, the Pilot got added during the Boarding process, the corresponding warning in response. According to TV channel 27 passengers were on Board. The part of the airport adopted by the start of prohibition, it should be on Wednesday night is cancelled as the NOS reported.
Passengers and crew are safely off board. On-site research is still continuing. https://t.co/hZvl0Dq5ig— Schiphol (@Schiphol) November 6, 2019
The Spanish airport management company AENA said that for 21.55 intended landing of the flight UX1094 from Amsterdam to Madrid will now be expected to be about 23.50 PM. Originally, the aircraft should lift off at 19 p.m. in Amsterdam, according to the newspaper "Algemeen Dagblad" wrote.
According to information of the sheet after the false alarm a heavily armed special command of the police and moved out. The Dutch Prime Minister, Mark Rutte, had, reports said, according to Dutch media, at a party event in the East of the Netherlands, he hoped that "things will turn out well".
The Amsterdam Schiphol airport is the third busiest airport in Europe, followed by London Heathrow and Paris Charles de Gaulle. (step/sda)
Created: 06.11.2019, 21:45 PM