UPDATE 2: Air Europa says that the hijacking alert issued from the plane was a false alarm. There were no threats made to the flight and passengers were waiting for takeoff at the time of the alert.
UPDATE: All passengers and crew have been evacuated from the plane safely, according to NOS. Military police are still investigating the incident.
A large security response has been reported at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol amid reports of a possible hijacking.
Royal Netherlands Marechaussee forces are reportedly investigating a situation aboard a plane in Amsterdam, but have declined to provide further details. Local Dutch media has reported that a crew member on the plane has activated a hijacking alert for the plane, however officials have yet to confirm this.
The flight in question is a departing Air Europe flight, per NOS, a Dutch news outlet.
We will provide more information as it becomes available.
Royal Netherlands Marechaussee forces are "currently investigating a situation on board of a plane at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol."
— NBC News World (@NBCNewsWorld) November 6, 2019
“Crew member of departing Air Europa A330 at Schiphol Airport activated a hijacking alert” — per Dutch @NOS
— Alex Macheras (@AlexInAir) November 6, 2019
#AirEuropaInfo Falsa Alarma. En el vuelo Ámsterdam – Madrid, esta tarde se activó, por error, un aviso que pone en marcha protocolos sobre secuestros en el aeropuerto. No ha pasado nada, todos los pasajeros se encuentran perfectamente esperando poder volar pronto. Lo lamentamos.
— Air Europa (@AirEuropa) November 6, 2019