Flights from Aberdeen airport to London City have been cancelled after an unexploded WW2 bomb was discovered in the River Thames.
All flights to and from the London airport have been cancelled, with passengers urged to stay away from the area.
The device was found at George V Dock during work at London City Airport yesterday morning.
Police set up a 214-metre (700ft) exclusion zone at 10pm last night to reduce the risk to the public while the device was dealt with.
All flights in and out of London City on Monday are cancelled and an exclusion zone is in place in the immediate area. I urge any passengers due to fly today not to come to the airport and to contact their airline for further information. (2/3)
— London City Airport (@LondonCityAir) February 12, 2018
Specialist officers are working with the Royal Navy to remove the device, the Metropolitan Police said.
A spokesman said: “At 10pm an operational decision was made with the Royal Navy to implement a 214-metre exclusion zone to ensure that the ordnance can be safely dealt with while limiting any risk to the public.
“There will also be disruption to inbound and outbound flights during the operation.
“London City Airport are urging passengers to contact their airline before travelling.”