Operations are back to normal after a "threatening note" was found Saturday on an American Airlines flight at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport that caused flights to be delayed.
Atlanta police confirmed that no threat was found after searching the plane.
The airport confirmed the incident in a statement posted to Twitter .
"Just before 7am, prior to departure from the port, a threatening note was found aboard an American Airlines airline for DFW (Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport)," the statement states.
The statement continued, "A temporary ground stoppage that had been in effect has been lifted and operations at the airport are back to normal."
Passengers on the Dallas-bound flight were posted and reappeared while officers conducted a security sweep of the aircraft, according to a statement from the Atlanta Police Department .
About an hour after responding to the threat, police gave "everything clear."
"No threat found and no arrests were made," their statement continued . "Thank you for your patience as we worked to ensure the safety of passengers at our airport."
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