GARDERMOEN/OSLO (Dagbladet): on Friday morning lands a Ryanair aircraft at the Airport, escorted by two Danish fighters.
Shortly after that the plane hit the ground, took a 20-odd policemen on the plane and caught a 51 year old british man.
He is charged with aggravated threats, after it was found a bomb threat on a note on the toilet on board.
It is still unclear how he compares to the indictment.- Need a beer
One of the 142 passengers on board the aircraft was Timothy Newling.
"We got information of the pilot to be sitting in the seats, before he said that the police might come on board," says Newling to Dagbladet at the Airport.
About ten minutes later come lots of armed police with maskinvåpen, and it looked like they knew where they were going, " he says.Turn On the LydErrorAllerede plus customer? Log into herError FORM: Siri, Storm and Odin Zanelli had to fill out a form after bombetrusselen against Ryanair-the plane Friday morning. Reporter: Anette Beckhaug. Video: Celina Morken / Dagbladet TV Show more
He said that the police asked everyone to keep their hands up in the air, while they took with them the now charged the 51-year-old.
Moreover, were the passengers placed in a hangar, where they put in four to five hours, before they had to wait even an hour in passport control. It was only when they arrived in the hangar that they were told that there had been a trusselsituasjon on the plane.
It has been a sick day, he says, and laughs.
I need a cold beer now, add Newling.Man arrested after bomb threat against the aircraft, Said nothing about the bomb
One of the others who were on board also says that the crew did not said something about that there was a bomb threat, before they had landed.
- the only thing they said was that the police or sikkerhetsfolk were on board, " says Miles Patience.
They kept it very quiet and orderly, until we came into the hangar, before they told what happened, says Patience.
He says that he was a little scared.the Second threat this week
I was a little scared, yes, when they got on the plane they had these big guns. But they did a good job with keeping us under control, at the same time as they expressed how serious the situation is, " he says.
- It was relatively scary, but not too bad, " he says.- Got more information from outside,
David Alexander says to Dagbladet that he got little information from both the police and the flyansatte when they sat in the hangar.
We were not told some things. I got more information from people on the outside, than what they told us. They said nothing, " says Alexander.
And even now, when we have gone through the whole thing, so we stand here without any information. Not about how I'm going to get me where I want to, or anything, " he says.
He says that he thinks the charged man looked harmless.
I was not afraid, but I was angry that they didn't tell us what happened, " says Alexander.Strict measures reintroduced
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