BOSTON – A plane from Reagan National to Boston was evacuated Sunday after crew members reported “suspicious activity” by two passengers, WUSA reported. Officials searched the plane and let it fly to Boston.
Sources tell 7News two men were removed from a flight bound for Boston’s Logan Airport after passengers reported the men were acting suspiciously.
Police responded and removed all the passengers from the flight.
The flight originated from Washington D.C.’s Reagan National Airport.
Sources say dogs swept the plane for explosives but found nothing.
The two men were questioned and released, according to sources.
The flight, American Airlines 2124, has reboarded and is scheduled to land in Boston tonight.
In a statement, American Airlines said,
When American Airlines Flight 2124was about to depart from DCA, crew had concerns about two passengers. All passengers deplaned, and law enforcement officers performed additional security measures. The flight has now departed for Boston with 115 passengers. The other two passengers will be re-accommodated on a later flight.