Malaysia Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing After Bomb Threat
A Malaysia Airlines plane made an emergency landing at Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah airport in Selangor, Malaysia, on May 18th.
The plane, heading to Singapore, had to return due to a bomb threat. Authorities said the airport’s reception received two phone calls saying there was a bomb on-board.
The plane landed safely. There were 30 passengers and 4 crew members aboard at the time; all of them remained unharmed.
No explosives were found upon inspection.