American Airlines detected a "possible security threat" on a flight to Miami this week, Fox reported.
Passengers were told to put their hands on their heads before the plane landed, a tweet said.
"Passengers were deplaned and bused to the terminal, and the aircraft was inspected," American said.
American Airlines ordered passengers on a flight from Los Angeles to Miami on Wednesday to put their hands on their heads before landing because of a potential security threat, a Fox News report said.
In Miami, the police boarded the plane and ordered passengers to wait in the terminal, the report said. This was because of a "possible security threat," American told Fox. The outlet said the airline didn't say what the threat was.
The police boarded with guns and appeared to arrest a man, according to a Twitter post by Chris Nguyen, a passenger on the flight.
"Passengers were ordered to put their hands on their heads for 45-60 minutes before landing," Nguyen tweeted.
"Passengers were deplaned and bused to the terminal, and the aircraft was inspected by authorities," an American Airlines spokesperson told Fox in a statement. "Safety and security is our top priority and we apologize to our customers for any inconvenience this caused."
Nguyen also tweeted a video of passengers in a terminal, where he said they "were forced to wait after getting off the plane."
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