Emergency services are assessing a piece of cargo on a flight that landed at Glasgow Airport this morning.
Responding to concerns about the package on the inbound KLM flight from Amsterdam, crews met the aircraft as it arrived.
Passengers in the international area of airport were reportedly evacuated due to the incident.
UPDATE: Glasgow Airport say major emergency response follows concerns over a package on a KLM flight. Aircraft cordoned off. Part of terminal evacuated too. @BBCScotlandNews pic.twitter.com/bifGKHzVJl
— Connor Gillies (@ConnorGillies) October 4, 2019
A statement from the airport said: “At approximately 10am, the airport fire service attended an arriving KLM flight in response to concerns raised over a piece of cargo.
“Enquiries are ongoing to determine the content of the package and the aircraft has been cordoned off.”
BREAKING: Ongoing security incident at Glasgow Airport following a suspicious item of cargo which arrived on today's KLM #KL1478 from Amsterdam Schiphol (Boeing 737-800 PH-BCG). Parts of the Terminal have been evacuated.
Pics via @evoscotthttps://t.co/8FMXmXcHJd pic.twitter.com/qL5fixHKyY
— Airport Webcams (@AirportWebcams) October 4, 2019
Other parts of the airport remain operational, but the exit slip road from the M8 eastbound has been closed off.
E/B Exit slip to Glasgow Airport is currently closed due to an ongoing incident.
— Traffic Scotland (@trafficscotland) October 4, 2019
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