STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - An airport near Stockholm was evacuated on Sunday after staff found a suspicious powder in a bag that had been checked in for a flight, officials said.
All departing flights were suspended said Joakim Lindholm, operations manager at Skavsta airport, Sweden's fifth largest which mainly handles low-cost airlines.
A bomb squad had arrived at the airport about 100 km (60 miles) south of Stockholm, Lindholm told Reuters.
Police spokesman Anette Wilhelmsson told Svenska Dagbladet newspaper that a suspicious power had been found.
(Reporting by Alistair Scrutton; Editing by Andrew Heavens)