Crew on board a flight from Doha to Manchester received a threat about a possible device on the aircraft and took "necessary precautions to alert British authorities", a statement from Qatar Airways said.
Qatar Airways can confirm that flight QR23 from Doha to Manchester, an Airbus A330-300, landed safely at Manchester Airport ahead of its scheduled arrival time of 13:15.
There were 269 passengers and 13 Qatar Airways crew on board. The crew onboard had received a threat about a possible device on board and Qatar Airways immediately took all the necessary precautions to alert British authorities.
The crew is now fully assisting police at the airport with their inquiries. The safety and well-being of our passengers and crew is our top priority.
As this is a matter of a police investigation, we cannot comment further at this time.
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