A suspect has been arrested over a "bomb threat" at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport in the Netherlands.
The Marechausseelater, the Dutch military police, confirmed that "no items were found" after a search and all areas of the airport are now accessible.
The authority had earlier stated that they were investigating a "suspicious situation on board an aircraft", shortly after 15.00 (CET).
Passengers were evacuated from the plane, while part of Pier D at the airport had remained closed during the investigation.
The Marechausseelater said on social media that a suspect had been arrested in Haarlem, a city west of Amsterdam, without giving further details.
Schiphol Airport also confirmed that a "possible security incident" was underway, as some witnesses reported armed police at the scene.
Last year, a security scare at the airport was caused when an Air Europa pilot accidentally triggered an alarm, suggesting that a hijacking was taking place on a plane.