Rome: A bomb alert at Rome's Fiumicino airport forced officials to evacuate a Vienna-bound flight shortly before take-off after a passenger told the captain he had explosives in his luggage, Italian media has reported.
The plane, operated by Austrian budget airline Fly Niki, was immediately steered into an isolated area of the airport and the passengers were taken off yesterday.
Officials conducted a search but found nothing suspicious, according to Italian news agency AGI.
The passenger who sparked the scare was arrested for questioning, sources said, adding he was Slovenian. His motivations for raising the alarm were unclear.
Air traffic at Fiumicino, Rome's main airport, was interrupted for nearly half an hour at around 2000 GMT, according to AGI.
Italian authorities did not immediately confirm the details of the incident.
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