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Earlier this evening a suspicious package was found at the airport. As a precautionary measure the terminal was evacuated and the Explosive Ordance Disposal Team (EOD) were called to undertake further investigation. Following this, the area was declared safe and passengers are now returning to the terminal. Operations are resuming as normal, though there may be some disruption as a result.

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