BOSTON -- A video game console briefly disrupted holiday weekend travel at Boston's Logan international Airport.
On Sunday afternoon, Transportation Security Administration agents screened a checked bag with a potentially suspicious item inside.
As a precaution, some passengers were evacuated from the terminal.
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However, after the Massachusetts State Police bomb squad took a closer look, they realized it was a PlayStation video game console that looked a little battered with age.
After that confirmation, things went back to normal at the terminal.
The much-reduced airline industry has been struggling to cope with renewed demand as COVID cases ease across the country and the globe.
Countries on both sides of the Atlantic are seeing a slew of canceled flights due to lack of crew, long lines at airports thanks to understaffing, CNN has reported.