Plane in emergency landing in Poland, police suspect explosives on board

A passenger jet made an emergency landing at Modlin airport near Warsaw on Thursday because of a suspicion that there was an explosive substance on board, local police said. The plane, a Ryanair jet which was flying from Oslo to Warsaw, landed safely and the 168 passengers on board have disembarked, according to Magdalena Bojarska, a spokeswoman for the airport. She said the captain had radioed the airport requesting clearance to make an emergency landing. The airport temporarily suspended all take-offs and landings.



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