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Operations returned to normal after a "threatening note" was discovered on Saturday by a flight on American Airlines at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, which stopped in flight.

Atlanta police confirmed that no threat was found after a search of the plane.

The airport confirmed the incident in a statement posted on Twitter .

"Shortly before 7am, before leaving the gate, a threatening note was found aboard an American Airlines flight departing for DFW (Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport)," the release said.

The statement goes on: "A temporary ground stop that was in force has been removed and operations at the airport are back to normal."

Flight passengers, related to Dallas, they came down and were examined while officers were conducting a security check on the aircraft, according to a statement from the Atlanta Police Department .

About an hour after responding to the threat, police gave "everything clear. "

"No threat was detected and no arrests were made," their statement continues . "Thank you for your patience as we worked to ensure the safety of passengers at our airport."

Police have not released details of what it says in the note.

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