On Wednesday, six French airports were evacuated due to a received “email threat,” as reported by the French news agency.
The French police have initiated investigations into this matter at several airports in France. They are actively looking into the situation at airports in Lille, Lyon, Nantes, Nice, Toulouse, and Beauvais.
Their efforts reflect a proactive response to ensure the safety and security of these airports in light of the recent evacuation following the “email threat.”
However, the French aviation company assured that these concerns are unrelated to bomb threats.
In the wake of several similar threats recently, the Louvre Museum, Versailles Palace, and several schools were evacuated.
Furthermore, the French company overseeing the operations of Charles de Gaulle Airport, Paris Orly, and Paris Le Bourget has provided reassurance that there is no cause for concern regarding bomb threats at these airports. It’s a reassuring message aimed at instilling confidence in the safety of these major French airports during this period.
The company told Le Figaro newspaper that French airports, including all of Paris’s airports, have not been affected by bomb threats. Nevertheless, they emphasized, “We are fully vigilant.”