Glasgow Airport again after a security alert on board the inbound Easyjet flight from Gatwick.
All flights were temporarily suspended after the crew on board the aircraft warned the police in Scotland 10.25am on Tuesday.
– Ben Makori (@MakoriBen) April 30, 2019
Press secretary of the Glasgow Airport confirmed that the incident had been stood down and the runway again at 10.55am.
Just landed in Glasgow, stuck on the runway for nearly an hour, and now looks like someone waiting for a police welcoming party when they disembark. Very strange. #Glasgow #easyjet #glasgowairport pic.twitter.com/lxT951i4N3
– Kevin McCann (@ kmcca5) April 30, 2019
The spokesman said: "There was a security alert on board the inbound Easyjet flight from Gatwick, he landed at 10.25am.
"Emergency services attended and the incident is now standing down.
"The operation has been down for 20 minutes, but it is now in the full & # 39; volume.
"Not a single flight has not been canceled."
a spokesman for the Scottish policeman added: "All passengers and crew members left the aircraft, which is currently wanted by the police after the security alert said the flight crew to Glasgow airport.
"Officials and other emergency services in attendance."
Kevin McCann said he and other passengers were stuck on the runway for nearly an hour.
Flights have since returned to work, but police remain in place.