GENEVA, Feb. 17 -- A hijacked Ethiopian Airlines' flight landed early Monday at Geneva International Airport, but the situation on the plane was still unclear, according to multiple reports.
The Boeing 767-300 flight from Addis Abba to Milan via Rome was forced to proceed to the Geneva airport, according to AirlineReporter.com, an industry news blog.
Both the airport and airline confirmed the plane had touched down at the airport. And the airline said all passengers and crew on board are currently safe.
Earlier reports said the flight sent out a signal of being hijacked while flying over Sudan.