PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Police have charged a man from Norway who allegedly phoned-in two bomb threats to the Philadelphia International Airport.
Svein Johannessen, 30, was arrested after the incidents on Thursday afternoon.
Investigators said he called 911 twice, at 3:25 and 4:35 p.m., saying he had a bomb and did not want any British Airways planes flying out of Philadelphia.
Johannessen also mentioned "luggage Terminal A" during the call, police said.
A search was conducted and no device was found. Airport operations were not impacted.
Police said Johannessen was caught after officers reviewed surveillance videos of pay phones.
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