‘Non-credible’ threat deters plane at SLC airport
SALT LAKE CITY — A plane was landed away from the terminal and searched by dogs after a threat had been discovered on board.
According to Brian with the Southwest PR team, a passenger discovered a note “which was determined to be a non-credible threat,” while flying to Salt Lake City International Airport from San Jose International Airport.
The statement from Southwest reads:
“Safety is always our top priority, so, out of an abundance of caution and following protocol, the aircraft was parked away from the terminal upon arrival where a canine crew cleared the plane and Customers were bussed to the terminal. We appreciate the support and patience of our Customers and Crew during the event and apologize for any inconvenience.”
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