Bomb Threat Diverts JetBlue Flight

AINsafety » March 19, 2012
March 19, 2012, 4:00 PM

Due to what JetBlue Airlines described as “a security threat,” its Flight 923 from Boston to Chicago O’Hare was diverted to Buffalo, N.Y., early Monday, March 13, where it was met by local and federal authorities.

According to a JetBlue spokesperson, 86 passengers and four crew were on board. The flight was subsequently cleared and allowed to continue on safely to Chicago O’Hare International.

A Joint Terrorism Task Force spokesman in Boston, said the threat was called in by phone and an unidentified passenger on the flight was involved.

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