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Police escort passengers off the Egyptair Boeing 777 flight from... News PhotoAirport,Cairo,Flying,Horizontal,Kennedy Airport,Land,Law,Middle East,Moving After,New York City,Passenger,Police Force,Prestwick Airport,Scotland,UKPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPPolice escort passengers off the Egyptair Boeing 777 flight from Cairo that was forced to land at Glasgow Prestwick airport in Scotland on June 15, 2013 en route to JFK airport in New York after an onboard incident. Britain's Royal Air Force (RAF) on June 15 escorted an Egyptair plane bound for New York to a Scottish airport following an onboard incident, the Ministry of Defence said. The Boeing 777 was travelling between Cairo and New York when a passenger alerted plane crew that she had found a note reading 'I'll set this plane on fire' in the toilet. The message was scrawled in pencil on a napkin and was found by BBC New York producer Nada Tawfik. AFP PHOTO / ANDY BUCHANAN (Photo credit should read Andy Buchanan/AFP/Getty Images)