Airline removes traveler from flight, citing security concerns

10/11/2010 | Google

A passenger who created a concern about security was removed from a JetBlue flight preparing to depart from New York's John F. Kennedy Airport on Saturday. After the traveler was removed, the plane was re-screened and allowed to depart more than two hours after its scheduled time. The airline did not provide more specific details about the incident, which police said was not terrorism-related.

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