Terminal two at Britain’s Manchester airport will reopen after Greater Manchester police found no security threat following reports of a suspicious package, an airport spokesman said on Tuesday.
“…Greater Manchester Police are satisfied that there is no security threat and have removed the cordon,” the spokesman said in a statement. The terminal will reopen within the next one hour.
The terminal was closed on Tuesday evening after police began assessing reports of suspicious packages.
In a previous statement, the airport said a “controlled evacuation” was taking place.
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