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Airlines terror plot' disrupted

A plot to blow up planes in flight from the UK to the US and commit "mass murder on an unimaginable scale" has been disrupted, Scotland Yard has said.

All airports have been put under the restrictions

It is thought the plan was to detonate explosive devices smuggled in hand luggage on to as many as 10 aircraft.

Police are searching premises with 21 people in custody after arrests in London, High Wycombe and Birmingham.

High security is causing delays at all UK airports. The threat level to the UK has been raised by MI5 to critical.

According to MI5's website, critical threat level - the highest - means "an attack is expected imminently and indicates an extremely high level of threat to the UK".

Three US airlines are believed to have been targeted.

According to BBC security correspondent Gordon Corera new intelligence was received in the last five days which led to the decision for police to act as soon as possible.

The plot is thought to have involved a series of "waves" of simultaneous attacks, targeting three planes each time.

He also said the plan "revolved around liquids of some kind".

"Officials say the explosives would have been sophisticated and extremely effective," our correspondent said.

Meanwhile, Heathrow Airport has been closed to all incoming flights that are not already in the air, while several outbound services have been cancelled.

Gatwick Airport has suspended all flights.

Heathrow airport is crammed with thousands of passengers, while at Stansted more than 2,000 people are queuing to pass through customs.

Metropolitan Police Deputy Commissioner Paul Stephenson said the alleged plotters had intended "mass murder on an unimaginable scale".

"We are confident that we have disrupted a plan by terrorists to cause untold death and destruction and to commit, quite frankly, mass murder," he said.

"We believe that the terrorists' aim was to smuggle explosives on to aeroplanes in hand luggage and to detonate these in flight. We also believe that the intended targets were flights from the United Kingdom to the United States of America.

"I can confirm that a significant number of people are currently in custody and the operation is ongoing."

Police had spoken to a "good number of community leaders to make them aware that a major operation was under way," he added.

Head of the Met's anti-terrorist branch Deputy Assistant Commissioner Peter Clarke said the investigation had had "global dimensions" and had seen an "unprecedented level" of surveillance.

The decision to take action had been taken on Wednesday night, he added.

According to BBC sources the "principal characters" suspected of being involved in the plot were British-born. There are also understood to be links to Pakistan.

BBC home affairs correspondent Andy Tighe said police sources had told him they had found "interesting items" which were being examined.

In other major developments:

* The US Department of Homeland Security increased the threat level applied to US-bound commercial flights originating in the UK to "red" - the first time it has done this for flights coming in from another country

* The Home Office confirmed there had been meetings overnight and on Thursday morning of the Cabinet's emergency committee, Cobra, chaired by Home Secretary John Reid, to discuss the terror alert

* A spokesman for Number 10 said Tony Blair had briefed US President George Bush on the situation during the night

BBC home affairs correspondent Daniel Sandford said he did not think the police believed an attack was imminent now there had been arrests.

"The reason for raising the threat level is in case there is some other sub-plot, back-up plot around this that the police aren't aware of," he said.

Prime Minister Tony Blair is on holiday in the Caribbean, but Downing Street said the police operation was undertaken with his full support and he had been "in constant touch".

The Department for Transport set out the details of the security measures at UK airports.

Passengers are not allowed to take any hand luggage on to any flights in the UK, the department said.

Only the barest essentials - including passports and wallets - will be allowed to be carried on board in transparent plastic bags.

"We hope that these measures, which are being kept under review by the government, will need to be in place for a limited period only," the statement said.

Sega za sega American Airlines gi otkaza site letovi denes od USA za UK. Isto taka letovite od UK za USA se otkazani.

SirAndReW Da, deneska bese ludnica tuka.. mnogu policija vo centralen london, a heathrow e zatvoren.
nekoi patista bea blokirani na bi bi si kazuvaa deka ali baba i 20 retardirani pakistanci sakale da si igrat terror plot po amerika,
ama mnogu mu ja mislele.. pa sega se u zandana. :-)
wolf_pack offtopic: Andre царе, па кога ојде ти накај Лондона града бре?:)
achtung_panzer Nazdravje im sozhivot so muslimanskata zaednica...
Nekoj e ljubomoren shto Hezbolah go ima fokusot na javnosta pa aj sega malku vnimanie i na drugiot brend na Islam Inc.
Pina Nishto od Islam nema nitu I.
Se se toa mesteni raboti da se plashi narod,,,
Kakvi teroristi be ajde...
Originally posted by Pina

Nishto od Islam nema nitu I.
Se se toa mesteni raboti da se plashi narod,,,
Kakvi teroristi be ajde...

Se slagam absolutno so ova. Spored izveshtaite gi sledele, znaele za ova i deneska odednash bum, ne mozhe voda da se zema so vas vo avion.

Go chekam denot koga kje treba goli da vleguvame vo avion. Ludnica nevidena.

Znaci otkazuvanje na letovi od UK prodolzuva...


Updated Baggage And Travel Policy Information

Information is current as of 1:30 p.m. CT August 10

Due to additional carry-on baggage procedures issued by federal authorities, some airports may be experiencing heavy congestion. Please allow plenty of time for security screening.

Effective immediately, no liquids or gels of any kind will be permitted in carry-on baggage. This includes all beverages, shampoo, suntan lotion, creams, tooth paste, hair gel, perfumes and other items of similar consistency. This policy also includes liquid and gel products purchased as duty free. All liquid and gel items must be placed in checked baggage only.

Exception: Baby formula, breast milk, or juice if a baby or small child is traveling; prescription medicine with a name that matches the passenger's ticket; and insulin and essential other non-prescription medicines

Due to these changes, American Airlines and American Eagle will waive excess baggage charges for those passengers who need to check their carry-on bags due to these new restrictions, up to a maximum of two excess pieces.

New UK Carry-On Baggage Restrictions And Travel Policy
Effective immediately all carry-on baggage must be processed as checked baggage for all flights departing from or connecting through airports in the United Kingdom (U.K.). This policy also applies to any aircraft departing the United States traveling to the U.K.

Nothing may be carried in passengers' pockets. Passengers may only take the following items through the airport security checkpoint, in a single transparent plastic bag:

* pocket size wallets and pocket size purses plus contents (money, credit cards, identity cards, etc. but not handbags or purses)
* travel documents essential for the journey (passports and travel tickets)
* prescription medicines and medical items sufficient and essential for the flight (a diabetic kit for example), except in liquid form unless verified as authentic.
* eye glasses and sunglasses, without cases
* contact lens cases, without bottles of solution
* for those travelling with an infant: baby food, milk (the contents of each bottle must be tasted by the accompanying passenger) and sanitary items sufficient and essential for the flight (wipes, creams, disposal bags)
* female sanitary items sufficient and essential for the flight, if unboxed
* tissues (unboxed) and/or handkerchiefs
* keys (but no electrical key fobs)

No liquids, gels or other items of similar consistency are permitted to enter the sterile areas except for a) baby formula, breast milk, or juice if a baby or small child is traveling; b) prescription medicine with a name that matches the passenger's travel documents; c) insulin and essential other non-prescription medicines. This also includes liquids and gel products purchased as duty free.

All U.K. transiting passengers will be required to check any carry-ons they bring to the airport regardless of origination. Passengers who have already departed the US and will be connecting in the UK will not be allowed to use the transit area in the UK airports and will be routed back to the ticket counters to check their carry-on luggage.

Koe maltertiranje ke bide sega...

dada Sani Se soglasuvam so panzer i Boris. Osomnicenite nemale kupeno karti ama barale na internet:) Uste od dekemvri minatata godina bile nadgleduvani i sledeni i sega im teknalo na vlastite deka e vreme da se reagira. Preku glava vekje od vakvi igri
deni ushte ve lazat globalistite

nameshtaljka nevidena .

Travelers Begin Adjusting to New Restrictions at Airports
Fliers Face Additional Layer of Screening

LOS ANGELES (Aug. 11) -- Tougher air travel security procedures were still evolving at U.S. airports early Friday, with a second layer of security check points opening at the airplane gates and National Guard troops arriving to patrol major airports in New York, California and Massachusetts.

Workers at Dulles International Airport near Washington, D.C., help a passenger dispose of personal items no longer allowed in carry-on baggage.

After a day of long lines and confusion at many airports, passengers arriving for flights Friday were better prepared for the new prohibition on carrying liquids aboard aircraft.

Rather than discovering at the last minute that they would have to throw out makeup, perfume and suntan lotion, travelers were packing those items in checked luggage instead. That helped shrink the check point lines for domestic flights to lengths closer to normal Friday morning at Miami International Airport, spokesman Greg Chin said.

Kingsley Veal, 35, a geologist from England, said his Continental flight from London's Heathrow airport to San Francisco was "long and boring" because he couldn't bring any books or music on board, but he thought the no-carry-on policy should always be in effect.

"If no one's allowed anything, then you'd know, right?" Veal said.

The security rules were tighter on flights to and from the United Kingdom, but the long lines that formed ahead of some early international departures at Miami Friday cleared out quickly, Chin said.

Traffic also was moving more smoothly at New York's major airports, where the flight delays Friday morning were generally no more than 15 minutes, said Tiffany Townsend, a spokeswoman for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

The new rules were hastily added early Thursday after British authorities arrested 24 people in an alleged plot to blow up U.S.-bound planes by using explosives disguised as common liquids. It wasn't clear how long they would remain in effect, though Rep. Pete Hoekstra, R-Mich., said the situation "eliminates the days of carry-on baggage."

It took two hours for Ken Kirkwood and his wife to get off their flight from London to Los Angeles, go through customs and retrieve their luggage.

"We're glad to be on solid ground," said the school teacher from Yucaipa, Calif., who arrived after an 11-hour flight to find a bomb squad vehicle parked near the plane on the runway.

From London to Los Angeles, travelers on Thursday had found themselves unpacking carry-on bags on the floor in the terminals. Some tried to squeeze makeup, sunscreen and other toiletries into their checked baggage, where liquids were permissible. Others filled up the bins at security checkpoints, abandoning everything from nail polish to a bottle of tequila.

"I literally lost about $50 or $60 worth of things we were told to throw out," said Terry Asbury, who flew into Cincinnati from Albuquerque, N.M., and found herself dumping all her cosmetics.

At Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, Kristin Reinke, of Champlin, Minn., complained to her husband, Mike Reinke, "I just threw out $34 worth of hand lotion."

He was sympathetic, but accepted the Transportation Security Administration's reasons for the ban.

"What are you going to do?" he said. "I guess you have to be safe."

Amanda Volz, a TSA screener in Minneapolis, said she hoped more travelers would take that attitude Friday.

"There's some moaning and groaning, and a few people who get angry, but once you explain it to them, they are more lenient about giving it up," Volz said. "You just try to make them understand that it's for their safety."

The ban on liquids and gels covered such things as shampoo, toothpaste, contact lens solution, perfume and water bottles. The only exceptions were for baby formula and medications, which had to be presented for inspection at security checkpoints.

Liquids are allowed in checked bags because those suitcases are screened for explosives and are stowed in the cargo hold beyond passengers' reach.

Other security measures were also ramped up at airports. Governors in Massachusetts, California and New York sent National Guard troops to major airports in their states.

Ray Watson figured the ban on carrying liquids onto flights would prove a boon for one industry: makers of toiletries.

"I can't imagine all the millions of dollars that the Colgate-Palmolives are going to reap from this," said Watson, 40, of Denver, as he waited to pick up his luggage at Los Angeles International Airport. "The Dumpsters in Phoenix were filled with shampoo and toothpaste."

Associated Press Writers Jordan Robertson in San Francisco, Patrick Condon in Minneapolis and Joe Milicia in Cleveland contributed to this report.

2006-08-11 09:02 EDT

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