The “suspicious package” was found at the El Al Israel Airlines. Jihad.
Heathrow Airport security alert: ‘Suspicious package’ found – armed police deployed
HEATHROW Airport was on alert and armed police deployed after a suspicious package was found at a check-in counter sparking flight delays as officers sealed off the Terminal Four building.
By Paul Withers, The Express, Nov 5, 2018:
The package was discovered at a check-in desk for El Al Israel Airlines in Terminal 4.
Armed police have scrambled to the scene, sealing off and evacuating the entire area.
All flights from the terminal have been delayed until further notice.
The Metropolitan Police confimed they are investigating the suspicious package report and a corden is in place.
Terminal 4 is the second largest terminal in Britain’s biggest airport at 105,481 square metres.
Last year, according to Heathrow’s website, the terminal handled 9.5 million passengers on 48,137 flights.
Express.co.uk has contacted Heathrow Airport for comment.
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