Airport security officials in Iceland have given the all clear to a Russian Airliner that was forced to make an emergency landing after taking off from John F. Kennedy International Airport. Aeroflot Flight 103 was bound for Moscow.
It was diverted to Iceland after someone made a bomb threat to police in New York.
The caller reportedly claimed there were bombs in five suitcases that were rigged to detonate when the plane landed.
The Airbus 330, with 256 people on board, landed safely.
Special forces re-screened all passengers and their bags.
No explosive devices were found.