Nine held in Israel jet AirDrop crash pics

By Jeffrey Heller
Updated May 11 2022 - 6:11am, first published 6:06am
A plane was delayed at Ben Gurion Airport after an AirDrop incident sparked a security scare.
A plane was delayed at Ben Gurion Airport after an AirDrop incident sparked a security scare.

A taxiing plane has returned to the gate at Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport after photos of aviation disasters popped up on passengers' phones - sent, Israeli authorities believe, by nine people on board using the iPhone "AirDrop" function.

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