An Easy Jet airliner that was traveling to Britain has diverted to Prague after an alert about a 'possible bomb' on board.
Flight 6276 was flying from Kraków in Poland to Bristol on Sunday when the pilot was forced to divert to the Czech capital, foreign media reported.
The emergency landing was made at 22:50 local time, according to Prague airport, foreign media reports.
In a tweet, the airline said: "There was a report of a possible bomb on board an aircraft. All actions to ensure the safety of passengers and all air traffic are currently being carried out by the police of the Czech Republic".
Czech police said their explosives experts were at the scene and investigating the reported device.
But after a few minutes, Prague Airport announced that no dangerous object was found on the plane.