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U.S. Searches Planes After Box Cutters Found

All commercial aircraft will be thoroughly searched within the next day after box cutters, bleach and other suspicious items were discovered aboard two Southwest Airlines Inc. planes, U.S. law enforcement and aviation officials said on Friday. The FBI, working with the Department of Homeland Security, is investigating how items, which also included clay and matches, got on the planes. They were discovered by airline employees late on Thursday in plastic bags on two Boeing 737 aircraft on the ground in Houston and New Orleans. The inspections of nearly 6,000 planes over the next 24 hours are not expected to create flight delays, the Federal Aviation Administration said. Full Story

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