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10 February 2017, 02:07 | Simon Arnold
Flight 534, headed to Phoenix from Columbus, Ohio, was diverted to Lambert-St.
Bomb-sniffing dogs checked an American Airlines plane that was diverted to Lambert Airport in St. Louis from John Glenn International Airport in Columbus. They FBI responded to the incident at St. Louis airport around 9 a.m. CST.
All passengers have been deplaned, according to the spokesperson.
Pilots asked to land in St. Louis and for "a security check of the aircraft", Jeff Lea, a spokesman for the airport, told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Lea refused to say what the security issue was; he referred questions to the airline.
By about 11 a.m., some crew members had returned to the plane, the mobile stairs were removed and the plane was moved. American Airline flight 534 then departed for Phoenix at 1pm. Officails said at 10:30 a.m. that a security sweep of the plane turned up no evidence of a credible threat. The FBI says the pilot chose to divert the plane, but spokeswoman Rebecca Wu declined to say what specifically led to that decision. "We hope to have our passengers on their way soon".
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