RYANAIR FR1901 flight from Dublin to Krakow was diverted to Berlin after a bomb threat

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On the evening of May 30, a Boeing 737-800 (EI-EMO registered) company RYANAIR, which operated flight FR1901 between Dublin and Krakow, was diverted to Berlin following a bomb threat. There were 160 passengers on board.

While flying over Germany, the air traffic controller informed the crew of a potential security threat on board. The captain followed the procedures and went to the nearest airport, which is Berlin.

The aircraft landed safely and passengers were disembarked to facilitate extensive security checks on passengers and all baggage.", RYANAIR wrote in a communiqué. After checks by German authorities, the passengers were able to travel to their final destination, Krakow, aboard a RYANAIR reserve aircraft. The flight was about 7 hours late.

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