EasyJet flight to Bristol diverted to Prague after bomb threat
Plane flying from Kraków in Poland to Bristol diverted on Sunday night and landed safely in Prague and no dangerous object was found, says Czech airport.
An easyjet flight heading for the UK has landed safely after being been diverted to Prague due to a report of a “possible bomb” on board.
Flight ✈️ 6276 was flying from Kraków in Poland to Bristol on Sunday when it was diverted towards the Czech capital and landed safely at 10.50pm local time (9.50pm UK time), according to Prague airport.
The plane was an Airbus A320 was about an hour into its usual 2hr 30min flight when it landed at Václav Havel airport.
“All actions to ensure the safety of passengers and all air traffic are currently being carried out by [Czech police].
Czech police said their explosives experts were at the scene and were investigating the reported device. Prague Airport later said no dangerous object was found on the plane.