So scary. Passengers on a flight from Houston to Los Angeles were forced off of a plane on the tarmac after a terrifying threat was made to their flight. The FBI and a bomb squad swarmed the Compass Air Flight 5931, and luckily got everyone off safely. We have all of the details, right here!
This is horrifying! An incoming flight from Houston to Los Angeles was surrounded by the FBI and a bomb squad when it landed at LAX on May 24. A terror threat had been called in to the airport about Compass Air Flight 5931, leading police to believe the plane and it’s 71 passengers were in grave danger. Luckily, everyone is now safe and sound. Here’s the scoop.
Thank goodness everyone is okay! A Compass Air flight from Houston, TX was swarmed by police the second it touched down around 8:45 am at LAX in Los Angeles, CA on May 23, because a “non-credible threat” was called into the airport about it being in danger. The plane stopped at a more isolated area of the tarmac, away from the rest of the buildings and planes. You can stream music,
An armored vehicle, a SWAT team, bomb-sniffing dogs, and dozens of police and fireman searched the plane from top to bottom before escorting all of the 67 passengers and 4 crew off of the “American Eagle” plane and searching them all. Everyone was given the green light to be bused back to the terminal.
Luckily, this story has a happy ending, but that was not the case for EgyptAir flight 804 just days before on May 19. The flight mysteriously exploded mid-air, just a few minutes into Egyptian airspace. Though there’s no official cause for the destruction just yet, many signs point to terrorism, and has left travelers wary of flying.
Tell us, HollywoodLifers — do you still feel safe flying, or has all of the recent scary activity turned you off for a while? Share your thoughts with us!