A British Airways flight bound for London was held on the tarmac in Paris on Sunday morning amid security fears, Charles de Gaulle Airport tweeted Sunday.
A British Airways flight has taken off from a Paris airport after it was searched by armed police because of a "direct threat" to the plane.
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James Anderson, 20, who was aboard the flight, posted pictures and video to social media showing passengers evacuating the aircraft with police and fire vehicles on the scene.
A British Airways spokeswoman confirmed the flight had taken off. The flight was scheduled to land at London Heathrow at 7:45 AM U.K. local time.
Speaking to the Daily Star Online, Mr Anderson said: "Initially the pilot told us there were technical issues".
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One passenger said those on board were informed by the pilot that an individual had made a direct threat against the aircraft. We were waiting on the plane for around an hour.
"They were then told the plane was to move to another part of the airport". That's when we noticed police and fire vehicles quickly surround the plane and dozens of armed officers and firefighters got out.
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As reported by the Independent, a spokesperson for British Airways said in a statement that their top priority is always the safety and security of both their customers and the airline crew.
'There was an incident that led authorities to decide to keep the plane on the ground and to disembark the passengers a few minutes before take-off, to carry out additional checks, ' the spokesman said.