NEW DELHI -- Two flights have been grounded at the Indira Gandhi International ( IGI) airport on Thursday due to a bomb scare.
The Kathmandu-bound Nepal Airlines flight, which was supposed to take off at 11:30 AM, and Bhubaneswar-bound Air India flight, scheduled for 11:00 AM departure, have been grounded till security clearance.
The authorities rushed into action after receiving a threat call at around 10.00 am.
All the passengers have been de-boarded from the aircrafts while the security personnel are screening the aircrafts and the baggage. The flights have been taken to an isolation zone in the airport.
Contact HuffPost India
Also see on HuffPost: