SINGAPORE, April 17. /TASS/ Law enforcement agencies haven’t discovered an explosive device aboard the Indonesian Batik Air flight that had made an emergency landing on Friday on Sulawesi island, the Straits Times daily newspaper reports.
The aircraft has been isolated from other planes, and the airport’s operations have not been affected.
According to the Channel News Asia TV company, the plane with 122 people on board made an emergency landing in South Sulawesi due to a suspected bomb threat.
A local official has been quoted as saying that he had received information from the Makassar airport about a bomb aboard the Batik Air flight en route from Ambon to Jakarta.