SAN JOSE (CBS SF) – Mineta San Jose International Airport was deemed safe late Tuesday morning after someone reported a suspicious bag, airport officials said.

At 11:55 a.m., airport officials said Terminal B was safe to re-enter and passengers were being allowed back in.

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Airport spokeswoman Vicki Day said nothing dangerous was found in the bag.

The San Jose Police bomb squad arrives at Mineta San Jose International Airport after reports of a suspicious package, January 2, 2018, (CBS)

The San Jose Police bomb squad arrives at Mineta San Jose International Airport after reports of a suspicious package, January 2, 2018, (CBS)

Day said curbside check-in, ticketing and checkpoints are operating again, but travelers can expect delays on Southwest and Alaska airlines so they should check with those airlines for flight times.

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Airport officials were alerted to the bag in Terminal B past the security checkpoint at about 10 a.m., Day said.

The threat prompted airport officials to move passengers in Terminal B to Terminal A.

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