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She said: "There hasn't been much information on what's been happening or how long we are going to be stuck here for. "Most people seem to be finding out what is happening through social media all you can hear is the fire alarm going off. There's emergency vehicles all over the place. "Chief Inspector David Campbell, from Police Scotland's border policing command, said: "As part of a routine bag search at the airport, suspicions were raised about the contents of one item of hand luggage and the decision was taken to evacuate the airport while the appropriate inquiries could be carried out. "We are now satisfied there isn't, nor was there ever, any risk to the public and the airport will now begin to reopen. "We would Nike Air Force For Girls like to thank the public for their patience and co operation during the emergency service response. "No flights left the airport until after 8pm last night, with passengers again warned to expect "significant delays and cancellations". One passenger, who did not want to be named, was waiting for information on his flight to Sout.
taken to the Royal Highland Centre in Ingliston to get looked after there. "I hope my flight isn't cancelled but if it happens, it happens. "A continuous fire alarm sounded as emergency services, including a bomb disposal unit, arrived at the scene. Mhairi Wale, 27, from Harthill, was on her way home from Alicante with her partner, Jamie, but the couple had to remain at the airport.
Emma Porteous, 26, who was flying to London Gatwick, was told by the driver of an Airlink bus she would not be able to board her flight. She said: "I'm not too worried about the flight, but I'm worried I'm not going to make my connecting train at the end to get back to Portsmouth. Sine McNeil, 51, from Inveraray, was waiting on a flight to Malta where she was going to spend a week with her daughter. She said: "I live too far away to go back tonight. Apparently the last time this happened they had to send sniffer dogs from Belfast. "One of the airport staff said we would be Nike Air Force Kids
said that the idea for yarnbombing came from organizers of the festival as a way to celebrate the 40th anniversary. Stash accepted yarnbombs over the summer for the event and 14 volunteers spent about an hour and a half at Central Park late Friday night to avoid being seen. "It was really fun and tricky to do it in the dark," Ruyts said. "At Stash we're all about having fun and being creative. And it's all about making people smile today. ""If, at any time, people are concerned we're overreacting, they should dwell on what the consequences could be were we to call a security scare the wrong way and allow someone to get the better of us. "The airport was reopened after 5pm, but airport bosses warned that there was still a possibility of delays today and advised passengers to check departure times before arriving. Frustrated passengers who have been praised Air Max 90
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