Live ammunition found on a Korean Air flight from Incheon, South Korea, to Manila, Philippines
Live ammunition was reportedly found on one Korean air Flight from Incheon, South Korea, to Manila, Philippines. 230 passengers, including flight attendants, were evacuated.
Live ammunition was found on Korean Air flight KE621 at 8:05 am on March 10, according to Incheon International Airport police.
Police say a passenger on the plane found the live ammunition and alerted a flight attendant, who called police. A later report said the flight attendant then found another live bullet.
The flight was originally scheduled to depart for Manila at 7:45 a.m. but returned to the terminal before takeoff. All 218 passengers and 12 flight attendants were safely evacuated. officers of the NO (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) were then dispatched to investigate the crime scene.
After security was checked, the passengers boarded the plane and flew to Manila around 11 am.