A BOMB threatened an evacuation at Harrisburg International Airport on Thursday with plans to conduct an investigation along the runway.
The threat, which was called to HIA, prompted an evacuation of one terminal, said Dauphin County Deputy Director Scott Miller.
As a precaution, two planes were held on the runway.
Authorities searched the entire facility, but were unable to find anything suspicious.
“There was a threat called HIA. Police were evacuated as a precautionary measure,” he said. the airport tweeted.
“Arrival Plans are the ramp to be retained.
“Law enforcement officers searching the building. Reserve normal operations once everything is cleared up by the police.”
Few have been released.
Passengers on social media shared their confusion and frustration.
Some complained that they were “stuck” at the airport while police continued their search.
Just after 1 a.m., HIA tweeted that normal operations had resumed.
“Law enforcement officials have cleared the terminal,” airport officials wrote.
“Nothing found and normal operations reserved. Planes now arriving at the gates.”