Police patrol with dogs near the LATAM airlines gates in Jorge Chavez airport in Callao
By Felipe Iturrieta and Aislinn Laing
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Four planes were forced to make emergency landings in Chile and Peru on Thursday due to bomb threats issued to the Chilean Civil Aviation Authority, it said in a statement.
Two of the planes were operated by LATAM Airlines and two by Sky, a low-cost Chilean airline, the aviation authority said.
The planes were undergoing checks of passengers, baggage, and their cabins and holds by police and airport security, it said.
(Reporting by Aislinn Laing and Felipe Iturrieta, Editing by Rosalba O'Brien)