Bomb Threat Delays Southwest Airlines Flight

Plane searched in San Antonio before last leg of trip to Dallas Love Field

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    Officers did not find anything on the plane, and the aircraft was cleared for the last leg of its trip to Dallas.

    A Dallas-bound flight was delayed for about an hour Monday night after a bomb threat was called in while the plane flying to San Antonio.

    Law enforcement officials, explosive detection officers and Transportation Security Administration officers searched Flight 618 in a remote location at San Antonio International Airport after the plane landed.

    The TSA said in a statement that the threat was made by telephone while the plane was en route to San Antonio from Baltimore.

    Officers did not find anything on the plane, and the aircraft was cleared for the last leg of its trip to Dallas.

    Flight 618 landed at Dallas Love Field at about 8:49 p.m.