A flight from Rygge airport in Østfold, Norway to Manchester was evacuated on 15 May, after two passengers were overheard arguing, with some reports saying they used the word ‘bomb’.
The two men, whom local news reported were Sri Lankan and British, were removed from the plane for questioning before take-off, and searched the aircraft but found nothing.
Police in Østfold said on Twitter: “Police investigation concludes that the situation at Rygge airport was a misunderstanding. Situation back to normal”.
Ryanair, the company running the flight, put on replacement flight at midnight on Sunday 15 May.