A bomb threat at New Hampshire's Manchester-Boston Regional Airport prompted an evacuation and security sweeps late Monday night.
The bomb threat was called in at 11:06 p.m., then the tone went dead, according to a Manchester Regional Airport spokesperson.
New Hampshire State Police, Manchester Police, Londonderry Police and others responded. An evacuation and terminal sweeps were conducted by law enforcement and K-9 units for all surrounding areas of the airport.
Two arriving planes with passengers onboard - one Southwest and one American Airlines - were held on the tarmac for the duration of the sweeps and evacuation.
One passenger said he was on the tarmac until around 1:30 a.m. Tuesday.
"I was expecting that I could get an Uber or a Lyft right away but looks like that's not the case here," he said.
The airport has since been determined all safe. No further information was immediately available.