Wizz Air flight from Israel to Krakow evacuated due to bomb fears - report

The passengers were reportedly ordered to urgently disembark from the plane without their luggage while they and the plane were inspected.

Wizz Air's aircraft is seen on the tarmac at Budapest Airport, May 22, 2014. (photo credit: REUTERS/BERNADETT SZABO)
Wizz Air's aircraft is seen on the tarmac at Budapest Airport, May 22, 2014.
(photo credit: REUTERS/BERNADETT SZABO)

A plane that flew from Israel to Poland was evacuated Saturday night right after landing in Krakow in an urgent rush due to fears of a bomb being on the plane, Ynet reported early Sunday morning.

The flight in question, Wizz Air flight W65098, saw the emergency slides deployed upon landing and the flight crew urging the passengers to depart the plane immediately without their luggage, Ynet reported. It seems passengers have yet to receive their luggage, and some children may have been injured in the evacuation process.

Further details about the investigation of the plane and passengers by law enforcement have yet to be disclosed.

According to Ynet, the passengers seem to have been left standing outside by the plane without any action from Wizz Air, the airport or anyone else.

Wizz Air plane seen on the runway (credit: COURTESY OF WIZZ AIR)Wizz Air plane seen on the runway (credit: COURTESY OF WIZZ AIR)

Prior Wizz Air bomb scares

Though the details surrounding this incident are unclear, it isn't the first recent Wizz Air flight that had a bomb scare.

Last week, Wizz Air flight W65058 from Bari in Italy to Krakow was forced to make an emergency landing in Budapest after the pilots were notified of a bomb threat.

As was the case this time, the passengers were all urgently evacuated upon landing in the Hungarian capital.

This is a developing story.