Passengers disembark a plane of the Spanish company Vueling after it landed at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam on August 29, 2012. Dutch police and an airline dismissed reports today of a possible hijacking on a flight from Spain to Amsterdam, saying the alert was triggered by a 'miscommunication.' Dutch authorities went on high alert earlier, scrambling two Dutch F-16 fighter planes after the Vueling flight with 180 passangers on board from Malaga in Spain entered Dutch airspace without making radio contact. AFP PHOTO / ANP / ROBIN UTRECCHT ***NETHERLANDS OUT*** (Photo credit should read ROBIN UTRECHT/AFP/GettyImages)
29 Aug 2012
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