Police have confirmed that a plane was diverted to Glasgow Prestwick Airport because a suspicious note was found on the plane. A spokeswoman said:
At around 1420 hours today an Egyptair aircraft flying from Cairo to New York was diverted to Prestwick Airport after a suspicious note was discovered on the aircraft.
There are no reports of anyone injured and police are currently making arrangements for the 326 passengers to disembark.
All passengers will then be interviewed by police.
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