SHANNON, Ireland (KTRK) -- Investigators say no explosives were found on a Turkish Airlines flight from Houston to Istanbul.
Turkish Airlines Flight 34 was was diverted to an airport in Shannon, Ireland after a handwritten threat was discovered upon the plane as it crossed the Atlantic Ocean.
The aircraft was met by police and a bomb disposal unit, according to the Irish National Police Service. Authorities say a search of the Boeing 777 revealed no explosives were found after someone found a note in the bathroom. The note simply said "bomb" on it.
The plane was taken to a remote taxiway. Airline officials said the flight will continue to Istanbul.
At the time the flight was diverted, there were 207 people on board, including two infants.
No explosives found on diverted Turkish Airlines flight from Houston
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