An Air France newcomer jet was forced to make an puncture alighting in Kenya after a feign explosve was found in a toilet, a airline says.
The Boeing 777, on a approach from Mauritius to Paris, was evacuated during Mombasa airfield and a questionable device taken divided for examination.
Air France arch Frederic Gagey after pronounced it was done of a card box, paper and a timer.
He described it as an “extremely assertive act”.
The plane, carrying 459 passengers and 14 crew, had left Mauritius during 01:00 GMT and had been due to fly directly to Charles de Gaulle airfield in Paris.
Several passengers from a moody have been questioned by Kenyan police.
Mr Gagey told a news discussion that a airline would press charges opposite those obliged and an exploration would be held.
But he denied there had been any problem with confidence checks in Mauritius, observant a device contained no explosives, so would not have been detected.
He pronounced a device seemed to be done of a cardboard, sheets of paper and some kind of kitchen timer, and had been placed in a sideboard behind a counterpart in a toilet.
Mr Gagey pronounced he did not know accurately when it had been placed there, though that a sideboard had been checked before a moody so it was insincere that it was put there during a flight.
He pronounced a intent was done of element not customarily found on a plane.
Mr Gagey thanked a organisation and a Kenyan authorities for a approach they had rubbed a incident.
Earlier, a troops central quoted by AP news group pronounced a newcomer had beheld an intent in a toilet that looked like “a stopwatch mounted on a box”.
Mr Gagey pronounced a organisation was alerted, and a pilots motionless to land during a nearest airport. Both a aircraft and Moi International Airport in Mombasa were evacuated while a device was removed.
Joseph Nkaissery, cupboard secretary during Kenya’s method of interior, pronounced authorities from France and Mauritius had been assisting with a investigation.
One of those on house a aircraft, Benoit Lucchini, pronounced passengers were ease and were told by a organisation that a craft was being diverted since of a technical problem.
“The craft only went down, slowly, slowly, slowly, so we only realised probably, something was wrong,” he said.
“But a crew of Air France were only great, only wonderful. So they keep everybody ease and unequivocally quiet.”
France is still on high warning following explosve attacks and shootings in Paris.
So-called Islamic State (IS) pronounced it carried out a attacks in response to France’s troops movement in Syria.