ATLANTA (AP) -- Authorities searched a Delta Air Lines jet at Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport on Friday after a reported bomb threat.
Nothing was found, but more than 100 passengers were forced to take other flights.
None of the passengers had yet boarded Delta Flight 350, a 767 that was scheduled to take off for Boston at 8:10 a.m.
The flight was canceled, and the jet was moved away from the concourse during the search.
CNN and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported a bomb threat had been called in. Delta spokeswoman Peggy Estes said she could not confirm the reports of a bomb threat, classifying the search only as "security-related."
"We have been advised that law enforcement officers have completed their search, and they have indicated all clear," Estes said around 10:45 a.m. "Nothing of a suspicious nature was found."
Delta arranged to get the 102 scheduled passengers to Boston, Estes said. No other flights were delayed, she said.
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