Dutch police deployed to plane at Schiphol airport

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"We deeply apologize", the carrier said. The site said the flight's departure time was likely to take place at 8:50 p.m., but according to the airport the flight's status was not updated with a new departure time.

A hijacking scare at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport was a "false alarm", the plane's airline said Wednesday.

About an hour after announcing the start of the investigation, police and airport officials said the passengers and crew were safely off the plane.

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An earlier tweet from the airport said Dutch military police were investigating a "suspect situation" on board an airplane.

The Dutch Royal Military Police and other emergency services flocked to the scene, as rumors of a possible hostage situation spread. Nothing has happened, all passengers are perfectly waiting to fly soon. On the flight Amsterdam - Madrid, this afternoon was triggered, by mistake, a warning that launches protocols on kidnappings at the airport.

Images on social media show passengers stood behind a cordon as police watch on.

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According to reports on Twitter, the plane was an outbound Air Europa flight to Madrid with at least 27 people aboard.

"We will keep you posted".

Emergency services issued a so-called Grip 3 report.

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