No Arrests Made After Flight Canceled in Houston Due to Onboard Disturbance

A KLM flight out of Houston was canceled Wednesday after airport officials reported a disagreement between passengers while the plane was on the runway.
KLM flight 8412 was scheduled to fly to Amsterdam, but was delayed on the ground at Houston’s Bush Intercontinental Airport after airport officials say there was a disturbance between two passengers.

Houston police and the FBI investigated, but found no legitimate threat or crime had been committed. No arrests were made.

Before authorities made their determination, all passengers had been removed from the flight, and were taken to the terminal to rebook.

By Emily Knapp
      (ABC News) 


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