Live Ammunition Found On Korean Air Flight Departing Incheon, South Korea, For Manila, Philippines — 230 Passengers Evacuated

A passenger found the ammunition and alerted a flight attendant.

According to reports, live ammunition was found on a Korean Air flight departing from Incheon, South Korea, for Manila, Philippines. 230 passengers, including flight attendants, were evacuated.

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On March 10, according to Incheon International Airport police, at 8:05 am, live ammunition was found on Korean Air flight KE621.

According to the police, a passenger on the flight found the live ammunition and alerted a flight attendant, who called police. A following report stated that the flight attendant then found another live bullet.

The flight was originally set to depart for Manila at 7:45 am but returned to the terminal before taking off. All 218 passengers and 12 flight attendants were evacuated safely. Agents from the EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) were then dispatched to investigate the scene.

After investigating for safety, passengers then boarded the flight and left for Manila around 11 am.



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