Second bomb threat grounds Boston-Miami flight

10/1/2009 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

For the second time in a month, a written bomb threat has been found in the lavatory of a commercial airliner. A spokesman for Logan International Airport says an American Airlines flight attendant found the latest threat while conducting a pre-flight inspection of the 757 scheduled to fly from Boston to Miami. After deplaning passengers, the aircraft was moved to the end of a runway, where investigators with bomb-sniffing dogs determined there were no explosives on board.

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