The RCMP was kept busy overnight and into the early morning with two different bomb threats at Halifax's Stanfield International Airport.
The first threat came when a Turkish Air flight from New York City to Istanbul made an emergency landing at Stanfield in the early hours Sunday.
The plane was emptied of passengers and crew while police dogs searched the cabin and luggage.
The entire process took several hours to complete
#RCMP completed search of Turkish Airlines aircraft & luggage at 4:25 a.m., no explosive device found.— RCMP, Nova Scotia (@RCMPNS) November 22, 2015
Police officials say they are looking to establish the origin of the threat and the person or persons responsible.
Shortly after that emergency was done with and the Turkish Air flight was en route to Istanbul the second threat came in concerning a WestJet flight from Halifax to Calgary.
Just as with the earlier flight, the RCMP assisted with a full search of the plane and nothing was found.
#RCMP completed search of WestJet aircraft & luggage at 9:15 a.m. No explosive device was found.— RCMP, Nova Scotia (@RCMPNS) November 22, 2015
As with the earlier threat, the RCMP is refusing to comment on details of threats or their origin saying only that they are searching for those responsible.