Two false bomb threats on flights to Casablanca

A Royal Air Maroc flight bound for Casablanca was yesterday evening at the airport in Brussels (Zaventem) for take off evacuated due to a false bomb threat.

The Belgian police received information about a bomb on board the aircraft and inspected the plane and cleared completely. After a delay of 3 hours could still leave the plane to Casablanca, the Belgian reports.

Another Turkish Airlines flight, which had left yesterday afternoon from Istanbul towards Casablanca, was diverted to the Algerian capital Algiers. The pilot of the airplane decided to do this after a female passenger that she was in possession of a bomb, reports .  The passengers were evacuated off the plane in Algiers. After a thorough inspection, the message turned out to be false and the plane could again by flying to Casablanca. The woman who claimed to have a bomb in her possession was taken for questioning in Algiers.

turkish airlines
royal air maroc
bomb threat