Cape Town - In the midst of a alleged hijacking scare on an SA Airlink flight from Cape Town International Airport, the airport has confirmed there are currently no delays.
UPDATE: Airlink: Hijacking was an error transmission
This after rumors of the plane's alleged hijacking surfaced on Twitter on Monday morning, 11 July, when travellers and concerned South Africans tweeted that a plane on route to Wonderboom National Airport in Pretoria was the latest victim of terrorism.
One social media user also posted a photo of the aircraft after landing, saying "police are present" on the scene.
Cape Town International Airport also told Traveller24 that there are currently no delays for outgoing flights at the airport, and operations are running smoothly.
The flights was reportedly carrying 70 passengers and four crew members.
This is a developing story.